PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 11/29 Edition

Good morning and welcome to the Buzz. Rep. Critz is getting involved in the Social Security wrangling, Gov. Rendell vetoed the Castle Doctrine legislation, legislators are running away from their payraise as fast as they can and Mayor Nutter was on Meet the Press yesterday. As always, check back for updates throughout the day on PoliticsPA.com

Weekend Headlines

Newsworks: Casey in the crosshairs now

Tribune-Review: Critz urges fix for social security

York Sunday News: Rendell vetoes ‘Castle Doctrine’/Megan’s Law loopholes bill

Fox Philadelphia: Fire Union Upset with Gov.’s Veto

Inquirer: Musto could lose lucrative pension if convicted

York Sunday News: More local lawmakers say they’ll give away pay raises

Patriot-News: Some Pennsylvania lawmakers say they will refuse pay raise

PhillyClout: Nutter Appeared on “Meet the Press”

Weekend Opinions

Times-Tribune: Bill promotes gun violence

Jack Wagner: It’s time to fix Pennsylvania’s leaky funding system for charter schools

Tribune-Review: Civil war re-enactors and ‘tea’ time

Today’s Headlines

Tribune-Review: Three in governors’ mansions got their start in Western Pa.

Times-Tribune: Special state legislative session produces no laws

York Daily Record: Local lawmakers disappointed with Castle Doctrine veto

Daily News: Nutter: In a re-election year, who will feel the pain

Today’s Opinions

Post-Gazette: Taxing predicament: The pension impasse could cost Pittsburghers

John Baer: A few things I would like to throw into the fire

November 29th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments