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PA-state-flag6Reid takes a shot at Sestak, we track how PA Congressmen voted on the budget deal and we have the results of the latest Franklin & Marshall poll. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz!

PA-Sen: Harry Reid Takes Swipe at Sestak: The Senate Democratic Leader took his first public shot at Joe Sestak.

How Did PA Congressmen Vote on Budget Deal?: We take a look at the roll call of the latest bipartisan budget agreement.

F&M Poll: PA-Sen: Nearly Two-Thirds of Democrats Unsure: No Democratic candidate has emerged in the battle to take on Sen. Toomey next year.

F&M Poll: 51% Believe Kane Should Resign: A majority of registered voters want the AG to step down.

PA-BGT: Senate GOP Veto Override Fails: Republicans in the State Senate fell short in their attempt to undo Gov. Wolf’s short-term budget veto.

F&M Poll: Wolf Losing His Shine, Voters Blame Legislature for Budget: After a four-month budget impasse, Wolf’s approval ratings are falling.

September Jobs Report: Unemployment Rate Drops to 5.3%: The latest employment situation report reveals that Pennsylvania unemployment is decreasing.

F&M Poll: Trump 23% Carson 22% Rubio 13%: The latest Franklin & Marshall poll shows where the GOP presidential field stands in Pennsylvania.

F&M Poll: Hillary 52% Bernie 18%: The former Secretary of State holds a major lead among Pennsylvania Democrats.

State House Sound Bites: Some politicians plan to halt tradition if a budget cannot be made
State House Sound Bites: Supreme Court candidates’ experiences in politics
StateImpactPA: Environmental agencies feeling brunt of budget impasse
StateImpactPA: Anti-fracking protestors take stand against Wolf
PLSReporter: Wolf says partisanship no longer a part of the debate
Capitolwire: POINT OF ORDER: Concerning costs trend continues for PLCB
Capitolwire: Sen. Wagner, fed up with impasse, is loaning money to a York charter school

Daily News: Questioning Temple’s proposed football stadium
Daily News: West Philadelphians have seen no improvement from water main break
Inquirer: Officials have allowed closing of Market St for Gameday telecast Some wards in trouble with Ethics Board

Pottstown Mercury: Bethlehem man guilty of leading marijuana ring
Pottstown Mercury: Two candidates of the Montco DA race
Bucks County Courier Times: Neshaminy School Board Candidates have rejected “candidate pledge”
Delco Daily Times: Ridley police officer the first to save life with Naloxone

Post-Gazette: Ryan succeeds Boehner as House speaker
Post-Gazette: Pittsburgh City Council considering re-signing with police moonlighting scheduler
Post-Gazette: GOP debate highlights Republican Party’s tracks
Post-Gazette: Kane defends acquisition of emails she says show judicial misconduct
Early Returns: Perry on Politics: A not so Gentle Ben
WTAE: State budget impasse causing school districts to plan for shutdowns, loans
Tribune Review: Carson, Trump, Clinton lead support in Pa., poll indicates
Tribune Review: Qualifications not needed for many row offices in Pennsylvania
Tribune Review: In twist, Attorney General Kane gets pulled into Jerry Sandusky case
Tribune Review: Budget impasse affects Western Pennsylvania community college bonds
Tribune Review: Federally funded Pennsylvania nonprofits reach out to enroll uninsured

Observer-Reporter: Supreme Court candidates sink millions into TV air time
Observer-Reporter: Longtime county treasurer faces Republican challenger
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Commissioner hopefuls discuss taxes, economic development at debate
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Cambria DA faces election challenge from county solicitor
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Campaign finance report shows late donations to Cambria commissioner candidates
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Sewage debate spurs Stanton’s run for council
Altoona Mirror: No tax increase in Altoona’s prelim budget
Beaver County Times: Auditor General DePasquale says school districts borrowed $85 million in October

News Item: No more nepotism
News Item: Bruce Facer write-ins for MC Twp. supervisor
Times Leader: U.S. Rep. Boback announces November outreach hours
Times Leader: Wyoming Area School District progresses in move to establish nonprofit foundation
Times Leader: Wilkes-Barre Area School Board president, City council candidate accused of campaign finance fraud
Times-Tribune: Three candidates for two Scranton council seats in election
Times-Tribune: Farina bill would let Scranton establish its own parking-ticket court

South Central
Patriot-News: Dauphin County sheriff candidate: Debt never impacted work as public servant
Patriot-News: DEP: ‘We have a lot of rebuilding to do’
Patriot-News: Cumberland Valley presents student redistribution plan
Patriot-News: As Dauphin County commissioners spend tens of thousands on race, challenger says money doesn’t play role in campaign
Lancaster Intelligencer: Frustration mounts as Lancaster County drug epidemic grows
Lancaster Intelligencer: Military salvages observation blimp that broke its tether Wednesday; costs to Pa. unknown
Lebanon Daily News: Election: Write-in candidate challenges District Judge Capello
York Dispatch: Budget impasse: York’s CPC closing on some days
Carlisle Sentinel: York leaders work to pay off sewer debt

Lehigh Valley
Morning Call: Lehigh County tax cut stands but Muller calls it a ‘Happy Meal’ reduction
Reading Eagle: Berks County lawmaker says lobbying group should disclose membership
WFMZ: Warren County looks to expand economic development

North by Northwest
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Tea party group hosts commissioner candidates
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Authority votes to lower interest on $10M bond
Erie Times-News: Gamblers bet $25.5 million on slots at Erie casino
Erie Times-News: Badams: Erie School District closer to borrowing
Centre Daily Times: Jerry Sandusky in court in Bellefonte; AG given ultimatum
Centre Daily Times: Bellefonte to hold public hearing on water fluoridation decision

Patriot-News: As her case gets weirder, AG Kane gets rougher: Dennis Roddy
Erie Times-News: Don’t weaken Right to Know Law
Beaver County Times: Kress is the right man for the job
Post-Gazette: 37th District: Reschenthaler is the reform-minded Senate choice
Times Leader: Frank Sorick shows potential to move Wilkes-Barre forward; elect him as mayor
Times-Tribune: Perry, Evans for council McGoff served city well
Inquirer: Let’s not make a deal
Inquirer: Alcohol has impact on U.S. gun violence

Citified: The new Comcast deal finally proposed
Citified: Clarke secures more details on school budgets for council
PA Water Cooler: The runaway military blimp rode over PA

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  2. Someone the other day alluded to Fina’s involvement in the Salvation Army case – suggesting it was Fina that gave immunity to the white guy so they could prosecute the Black guy. Is that true? Can anyone shed light on this?

  3. Actually, H3, our futile defense of Kane may be coming to an end. Her top deputies are telling the OAG staff that Kane is simply wrong about the Feudale emails and that Kane broke the law (again). That’s plenty of reason for the Senate to remove her. Oh well, I guess we can keep trying to change the subject to Fina, but that works about as well as Penn State’s offensive line.

  4. The REAL buzz:

    Fina & The Corbett Pervs are running scared … including Judge Feudale, who brandished a knife at the AG’s Office after AG Kane moved to remove him from the Grand Jury. That Motion was Granted, BTW.

    Feudale’s e-mails must be seriously damning. The Pervs have been scurrying to keep them under wraps.

    Kane needs to give them to Wikileaks. That way we all can see them … and finally know what Fina was up to when he thought he wouldn’t/couldn’t get caught.

    They say that a man should be judged on what he does when he thinks no one is looking. Here is what Frank Fina does … He sends e-mails like this:

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