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If you are a fan of architecture and politics, one of the places you have to visit is the state Capitol building in Harrisburg. The 1906 building has to be one of the most ornate structures in the commonwealth. On Tuesday I had the opportunity to visit...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's looking to be a scorcher of a weekend here in the seat of power -- and we're not just talking about budget negotiations. Temperatures are supposed to tip up into the mid-to high-80s here......
staff writer, @damichellegWhen the first state redistricting maps were approved by lawmakers in 2011, Somerset County residents voiced their frustration because Sen. Rich Kasunic was drawn out of the county. But the redrawn maps — giving the veteran senator all of the...
HARRISBURG — Motorists would face higher gasoline taxes as well as licensing fee and traffic ticket hikes to pay for an additional $2.5 billion in long-neglected repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges, mass transit and ports, according to a state...
Daily American Staff Writer, @DA_AmberRTownship supervisors lamented a lack of funding and increased costs for municipalities at the annual Somerset County Association of Township Officials Convention Thursday. More than 140 township supervisors attended the event at Oakhurst Tea Room in...
staff writer, @damichellegLocal lawmakers wasted little time Tuesday before dissecting Gov. Tom Corbett's $28.4 billion budget proposal. State Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar, R-Allegheny Township, said he was reviewing the administration's plan. "It's a starting point for...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERGov. Tom Corbett's administration has delayed the reporting requirements of the small games of chance law for a year. Clubs and charitable organizations use small games of chance to raise funds for community projects. The Pennsylvania...
Daily American Staff WriterIt is truly the end of an era. U.S. Rep. Mark Critz's office in Johnstown is closed and in eight days — for the first time in nearly 50 years — the congressman representing the 12th Congressional District will not be from the Johnstown...
Daily American Staff WriterLocal clubs and charitable organizations will be allowed to use 50/50 drawings as a fundraiser starting Sunday under Pennsylvania's small games of chance reform legislation. Meanwhile, a group of 13 state lawmakers, led by state Sens. Richard...
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As the Corbett Administration pursues private management of the Pennsylvania Lottery at breakneck speed, the old adage, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," comes to mind. The 41-year-old lottery has been a great success story. Since 1972, the lottery...
The completion of U.S. Route 219 from Somerset to Meyersdale would not have been possible had it not been for the hard work of our area legislators. In 2008, when the toll credit debacle was discovered, a meeting was set up in Harrisburg with then...
Daily American Staff WriterDemocratic candidates and supporters came out to the Somerset County Democratic Fall Banquet held at the Berlin Community Building Thursday night. Speakers included U.S. Rep. Mark Critz, state Sen. Richard Kasunic and state Sen. John Wozniak. There were...
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