PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 12/1 Edition
All those ads during campaign season generated a lot of revenue for local TV stations, Rick Santorum is approaching a decision on whether he will run for President, Sen. Casey is pushing for an extension of unemployment benefits and Tom Corbett met with his transition team. Good Wednesday morning and welcome to the Buzz.
Times-Tribune: Political ads bring windfall for local broadcasters
Daily News: A “Press”-ing Engagement
Times-Tribune: Mayors concerns sway Rendell veto
2012 Watch – Morning Call: Santorum stumps in New Hampshire
Fox Philadelphia: Santorum: Wikileaks founder a terrorist
Patriot-News: Sen. Casey pushes for vote on unemployment benefit extention
Times-Tribune: He can’t vote yet, but, Rep.-Elect Barletta supports an unemployment benefits extension too
Times-Tribune: State warns of another wave of job losses
Commonwealth Confidential: Corbett: it’s not realistic to expect to receive cost of living increases in this economy
Inquirer: Rendell is not taking the COLA increase either
Patriot-News: Auditor General Jack Wagner calls for moratorium on automatic pay raises
AP: Corbett meets with transition team
Inquirer: Who is on Tom Corbett’s transition team?
Fox Philadelphia: How is the Turnpike Commission spending money?
AP: U.S. Department of Interior may force gas drillers to disclose fracking materials
John Baer: A soft, uncertain start to Corbett transition
Post-Gazette: Rendell to the rescue: He takes the veto pen to attempts at bad law