10/15 Morning Buzz

PA-state-flag6Union switches endorsement from Sestak to McGinty, Wagner makes an AG choice and Eakin responds to the release of his offensive emails. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz!

PA-Sen: Sestak Reacts to Harry Reid, PASNAP: The Senate candidate responds to Reid’s prediction and PASNAP’s switch.

PA-Sen: PASNAP Switches Endorsement from Sestak to McGinty: The nurse’s union is changing sides in the 2016 Senate Democratic primary.

BREAKING: Wagner Endorses Stephens for AG: The conservative State Senator is supporting Todd Stephens’ candidacy for Attorney General.

PA-BGT: Wolf Standing Firm on Tax Demands: The Governor said there has been no progress since the PA House rejected his tax plans last week.

Eakin Responds to Release of Emails: The PA Supreme Court Justice is apologizing for the content of his emails.

PA-Sen: McGinty Releases Online Ad (VIDEO): The Senate candidate released a video seeking to downplay Democratic infighting.

PA-Sen: Fetterman First to Hit the Air (VIDEO): The political outsider ran his first TV ad before Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate.

Ex-Chief Justice Zappala Endorses Dougherty for Supreme Court (VIDEO): The Democratic nominee received the support of the former Chief Justice of the Court.

Statewide
PLSReporter: Budget reality and new revenue possible in coming weeks?
PLSReporter: Sec. of Health releases report on Lyme Disease in Pennsylvania
StateImpactPA: Coalition forms to fight Philadelphia “energy hub”
PAIndependent: Republicans renew push for paycheck protection
State House Sound Bites: Kane’s Office to do Internal Audit of E-mail’s Release
State House Sound Bites: Wolf Open to Gambling Expansion, but Skeptical
Capitolwire: Supreme Court shouldn’t investigate their own, high court hopefuls said
Capitolwire: Kane disputes Judicial Control Board’s claim on Eakin emails

Philadelphia
Inquirer: Who will fill Ramsey’s shoes? Signs point to his No. 2
Inquirer: Philly Police Commissioner Ramsey to retire
Inquirer: Sanders’ gun debate playing out in Montco
Inquirer: Chip Fattah’s federal trial on bank and tax fraud set to start
CapitolInq: Bill Clinton to Philadelphia Thursday for Hillary fund-raiser
KYW Newsradio: Community Reacts to Phila. Police Commissioner Ramsey’s Retirement
Philadelphia Business Journal: Business leaders want Ramsey’s community policing to stay

SEPA
Bucks County Courier Times: Centennial’s Mark Miller elected president of state school boards association
Bucks County Courier Times: Bucks County could tap inmates for Neshaminy Creek cleanup
Bucks County Courier Times: Refugee teens receive support from Bucks County
Daily Local News: Downingtown area family receives $114,000 in donations

Pittsburgh
Tribune Review:  House committee favoring online gambling
Tribune Review:  Baldwin Borough woman comes forth with Cosby allegations
Tribune Review:  Kane denies sending all inappropriate emails
Post-Gazette:  East Liberty Transit Center finally open
Post-Gazette:  Former CEO of Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission suing

Southwest
Beaver County Times:  Rep. Christiana not focusing on Harrisburg
Beaver County Times:  New president for Beaver County Chamber
Altoona Mirror:  If budget stalemate continues, Blair will run out of money in December
Altoona Mirror:  Former Altoona policeman arrested on drug charges

NEPA
Times Leader:  Pringle borough council might veto police protection agreement
Times Leader:  Luzerne County examining their provisional license status
Times-Tribune:  Scranton teacher strike reaches an end
Times-Tribune:  Mid Valley Teachers to strike

South Central
Patriot News: When will the acting Pennsylvania State Police commissioner get a confirmation vote?
Patriot News: Kane, investigators spar over who had access to Supreme Court porn emails
Patriot News: Pennsylvania state budget talks resume, quietly
York Daily Record: Two vying for York district justice seat
Carlisle Sentinel: Candidate snapshots for 3 open seats on state Supreme Court
Carlisle Sentinel: Disabled community raises concerns about CAT
Lancaster Intelligencer/Era: Akron mayor, council reach pay agreement
Lancaster Intelligencer/Era: Legislation would keep officers anonymous who use force, firearms
York Dispatch: Grant for Glatfelter gets York County commissioners’ support
York Dispatch: Pa. holding out on plastic microbead legislation

Lehigh Valley
Express Times: 10 takeaways from the first Democratic presidential debate
Morning Call: At Pennsylvania high court debate,  little disagreement among candidates
Morning Call: PA Senate passes ‘paycheck protection’
WFMZ: Northampton County initiates small business loans
Reading Eagle: Berks County commissioner candidates outline their goals at the Reading Eagle forum
Reading Eagle: Reading mayor’s race: How the candidates would spur economic development

North by Northwest
Williamsport Sun Gazette: Wolf will speak before chamber members
Williamsport Sun Gazette: Funding for housing on county’s agenda
Williamsport Sun Gazette: Renovation grant on hold due to budget stalemate
Centre Daily Times: Clinton scores strong in debate, still her race to lose
Centre Daily Times: Four Texas GOPers poised to run for House speaker

Opinion
Bucks County Courier Times: High court’s low reaction
Delco Daily Times: Crozer-Keystone on precipice of change with Prospect Medical Holdings partnership
Lancaster Intelligencer/Era: Trying to solve Pennsylvania’s budget deficit by expanding gambling is a bad bet
Pottstown Mercury: Legal fees add to cost of corruption in Pa.
Patriot News: It’s best for Dauphin County municipalities to move slowly on police force consolidation
Inquirer: Hard way to learn
Carlisle Sentinel: Thomas: Banana Republicans

Blogs
Keystone Crossroads: How can small cities and towns reconnect with their rivers?
Citified: Hundreds Celebrate Jerry Mondesire’s Life
Citified: Who Will Replace the Irreplaceable Charles Ramsey?
Commonwealth Foundation: Taxpayers Deserve a Debate

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  1. Why is Capitolwire even listed, since you cannot see anything mentioned unless you subscribe to them. You are being used to drum up their subscriptions, not inform your readers.

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