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10/29 Morning Buzz

PA-state-flag6Kane is accused of releasing emails and following Judges, Hillary leads Trump in PA and we breakdown the FEC Q3 totals in every congressional district. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz!

Kane Leaks Another Judge’s Emails, Reports Say: This time, Judge Barry Feudale had his private correspondences shared by the Attorney General.

Q3: Congressional Breakdown: A look at the top-line fundraising numbers in every congressional district in the commonwealth.

Poll: PA Ready to See the End of Kane: Half of PA voters don’t believe the Attorney General deserves re-election in 2016, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg poll.

Poll: Hillary 43% Trump 34%: Morning Call/Muhlenberg poll shows Clinton leads all potential GOP opponents in PA.

Judge in Kane’s Driver Case Fears He’s Being Followed: Montgomery County Court Judge William R. Carpenter believes he is being watched.

Morganelli Endorses Wecht for Supreme Court: The Northampton County DA endorses State Supreme Court nominee David Wecht.

Anthony Williams Calls for Justice Eakin to Resign: The State Senator is the first prominent Democrat to urge the Supreme Court Justice to step down.

State House Sound Bites: Over $431 million in loans taken out by PA schools
StateImpactPA: New natural gas plant
PLSReporter: Push for bill to further protect domestic violence victims
PLSReporter: Sen. Corman’s update on the budget talks
PLSReporter: Another failed attempt at passing a budget
Capitolwire: Senate GOP veto override attempt fails
Capitolwire: School districts borrowed $85 million in October, says Auditor General

Inquirer: FBI agent shared information with Inquirer reporter during Fattah investigation
Inquirer: Cosby is a central issue in Montco DA race
Inquirer: Train safety system to see 3-year delay
Philadelphia Business Journal: The Schuylkill trail to benefit from DOT funding

Pottstown Mercury: Vacancies on Royersford Borough Council
Pottstown Mercury: New warnings about jury scam
Delco Daily Times: Forum held Chester Democratic candidates
Delco Daily Times: Radnor teachers demanding new contracts

City Paper: PennEnvironment report finds hundreds off fracking operations near Pennsylvania schools, day-care centers
WTAE: Democrats kill GOP’s veto override in Pennsylvania Senate
WTAE: Overdose antidote plan expanded to all Pennsylvanians
Tribune Review: Wilkinsburg OKs student transfer; Pittsburgh Public Schools board to vote
Pittsburgh Business Times: Republicans nominate Paul Ryan for House Speaker
Pittsburgh Business Times: School districts borrow more than $431M to offset budget impasse

Altoona Mirror: Shuster bill passes House
Altoona Mirror: Economic leaders outline development program
Altoona Mirror: County mulls tax anticipation note
Beaver County Times: Katie McGinty bests Joe Sestak in third-quarter fundraising
Beaver County Times: Rochester appoints mayor
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Water treatment site concept worth pursuing

News Item: Stable county
Standard Speaker: Line drawn in Freeland race
Standard Speaker: Yannuzzi debuts $9.8M budget with double-digit tax increase, return to stormwater fees
Standard Speaker: One will lose out in West Hazleton council race
Standard Speaker: A look at ballots in Luzerne County municipalities
Times Leader: Six candidates seek four seats on Exeter Borough Council
Citizens Voice: Kane mulls Senate panel challenge
Times Tribune: Scranton School Board to act on funding issues

South Central
York Daily Record: York nonprofit closing amid Pennsylvania budget impasse
York Daily Record: 2 York County districts might have to borrow money soon
York Daily Record: Nixon finances ahead in county commissioners race
York Dispatch: Hotel tax bill heads to Pa. Senate floor for vote
Lancaster Intelligencer: Defense Department blimp drifts unmanned and untethered over Lancaster County, grounds itself near Williamsport
Lancaster Intelligencer: Bill would allow police in Pa. to record inside homes using body cameras; footage would be banned from public records requests
Patriot-News: Pennsylvania budget update: There’s progress on one side of the table
Patriot-News: City government borrowing reforms, inspired by Harrisburg’s debt crisis, takes first step toward Senate passage
Patriot-News: Protesters call on Gov. Wolf to shut down pipeline task force
Patriot-News: Democrats lead spending in Cumberland County commissioner race
Carlisle Sentinel: Cumberland County budget projections looking up
Lebanon Daily News: Cornwall, North Lebanon have races for council, supervisor

Lehigh Valley
Reading Eagle: I-LEAD Charter School staff and supporters make case to Reading School Board
Reading Eagle: After talks, less needed from reserves to balance proposed Reading budget
Morning Call: Sara Hailstone resigning as Allentown’s economic development director after $1 billion buildup
Morning Call: Lehigh County commissioners approve small tax cut in 2016 budget

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: Auditor general: Pa. schools borrowing more than $400 million due to budget impasse
Centre Daily Times: Bedford County man considers challenge to Sen. Wozniak
Erie Times-News: Senate fails to override Wolf’s veto of stopgap budget
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Fundraising for Mussare exceeds other candidates’
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Proposal misfires
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Lycoming County commissioners open bids for landfill

Times Leader: Stefanie Salavantis deserves a second term as Luzerne County’s district attorney
Citizens Voice: Unfair burden on state police
Post-Gazette: Juvenile lifers: The court must OK retroactivity on resentencing
Post-Gazette: Moving violation: Police deserve clear policy on shooting at vehicles
Tribune Review: Meet the Export-Import Bank Republican ignorami, purveyors of crock
Inquirer: Best choices for Council
Daily News: Scary Precedent
Centre Daily Times: Break budget impasse with charter school reform
Lancaster Intelligencer: Tests that help students learn this time, please
Patriot-News: PennLive is not endorsing in the Dauphin County commissioner race, and here’s why
Reading Eagle: Warren County looks to expand economic development
Morning Call: Election could directly affect your community

Citified: Is Terry Tracy the strengthened future of the local Republican Party?
Citified: Anti-Blight program has bad day in court
Commonwealth Foundation: Wolf is irrelevant to passing of the budget

2 Responses

  1. Feudale should sue !!! All of Fina’s other friends are suing.

    Can’t wait to see the e-mail exchanges between the prosecutors and the Judge.

    When is Feudale going to have to answe for why he was disclosing sealed material to the Press? The INKY should be ashamed. Craig and Angela better hope they look good in orange!!

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