10/6 Morning Buzz

PA-state-flag6Dougherty premieres his first TV ad, Muroff reveals his Q3 totals and Wolf expresses deficit worries. Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz!

EXCLUSIVE: Dougherty Premiers First General Election TV Ad (VIDEO): The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge hits the airwaves in the Pittsburgh market.

PA-2: Q3: Muroff Has $160K Cash on Hand: The Democratic challenger to Chaka Fattah reveals his first fundraising statistics.

PA-BGT: Wolf Warns of Structural Deficits (VIDEO): Current budget plans would leave the state billions of dollars behind over the next two years, the Governor said.

PA-Sen: McGinty Challenges Toomey on Guns: The Democratic candidate wants the Senator to re-introduce legislation in the wake of the Roseburg shooting.

PA-Sen: Toomey Betting on the Bucs: PA’s junior Senator and IL Sen. Mark Kirk wagered a bet on the NL Wild Card game.

Mercyhurst Poll: Trump and Carson Tied for Lead: The latest survey of PA Republicans shows equal support for the businessman and neurosurgeon for the 2016 presidential nomination.

Prominent Activist Calls for Kane’s Disbarment: Gene Stilp wants the Attorney General to be fully disbarred.

State House Sound Bites: Social services low on money; need budget passed
State House Sound Bites:  Wolf tries to incite support for tax vote Wednesday
PLSReporter:  National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated by Rep. Leslie Acosta
Capitolwire: PA Department of Education audit results will be released today
Capitolwire: Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown remembers J. Whyatt Mondesire, former NAACP leader

Inquirer: Threat to universities in Philadelphia did not materialize
Inquirer: Kane alleges defamation
Inquirer: Booze lottery announced Monday
Philadelphia Business Journal: Dougherty first to release general election commercial
Philadelphia Business Journal: New leader sought for Philly Startup

Pottstown Mercury: Sen. Bob Casey speaks on drug treatment
Pottstown Mercury: Former Congressman Jim Gerlach honored in Phoenixville
Bucks County Courier Times: Bristol County entering arbitration regarding police contract

WESA: Wolf Administration to Revamp Fight on Hunger
Tribune Review: Scaife estate overpaid state taxes by $10M, return filed Monday states
Tribune Review: Fired aid files lawsuit against Kane
Tribune Review: Wolf pushes ‘broad-based tax increase’ to avoid $2B deficit
Post-Gazette: ICA asks state Supreme Court to step into its gaming revenue fight with Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette: Anti-abortion nonprofit facing state audit
Pittsburgh Business Times: Wolf: new mammograms must be offered at no extra charge
Pittsburgh Business Times: Wolf: Big cuts to education loom if state doesn’t deal with finances
WTAE: Obama authorizes resupply of Syrian opposition

Observer-Reporter: Clinton pitches new gun controls following Oregon shooting
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Survey of businesses predicts local economic climate
Beaver County Times: Rep. Kotik bill designates part of Route 51 to honor Fred Trello
Beaver County Times: Ambridge receives federal grant to add full-time police officers

Standard Speaker: Police respond to Hazleton hostage situation
Times-Tribune: As Scranton strike continues, paraprofessionals ask for respect
Times-Tribune: Another setback for Carbondale due to state budget impasse
Citizens Voice: Police regionalization unlikely anytime soon
The Times Leader: Update: Luzerne County Children and Youth license downgraded, county cites staffing shortage

South Central
York Dispatch: West York considers tax hike to close budget gap
York Dispatch: Pa. first lady: Insurance must pay for 3-D mammograms
York Daily Record: Kevin Schreiber announces Instagram photo contest
Lancaster Intelligencer: Gov. Wolf signs bill giving State System campus police jurisdiction on roads
Lebanon Daily News: Renewable energy, environmental justice among Clean Power Plan discussion topics
Carlisle Sentinel: CAEDC unveils draft economic plan
Carlisle Sentinel: Harrisburg groups help people get back on their feet
Patriot-News: Top priorities for Steelton’s new manager: Transparency and responsiveness to residents
Patriot-News: Wolf Administration seeks to sweeten long-shot tax increase package in Pennsylvania with targeted property tax cuts

Lehigh Valley
Morning Call: Gov. Wolf appeals to lawmakers’ ‘patriotism, civic pride’ to accept his proposed tax increases
Morning Call: Is PPL Center a public or private arena? The answer means a lot
Morning Call: Fired prosecutor sues Kathleen Kane for defamation
WFMZ: Allentown names new planning director
Reading Eagle: Sen. Bob Casey Jr. calls for increased drug treatment funding
Express Times: Letter of recommendation came with Bangor schools $142K no-show job

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: Bellefonte Borough Council begins budget talks
Centre Daily Times: Four take-aways from the Supreme Court’s First Monday
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Picture Rocks woman tired of politicians ‘bickering’ over state budget
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Impact fees to support traffic study in city

Post-Gazette: Pain by numbers: America’s home economics are still not so great
Tribune Review: Secret Service scandal
Observer-Reporter: Town hall a good first step in combating drug epidemic
Reading Eagle: New Berks facility great news for veterans
Express Times: Body cams? Has Easton’s parking push gone overboard?
Lancaster Intelligencer: End the school-testing roller coaster ride
Carlisle Sentinel: Goldberg: Putin cutting Obama down to size
Patriot-News: With Wolf tax vote looming, here’s how the truth became a casualty in the 2015 budget debate

Citified: ThinkFest Preview: Farah Jimenez on Rethinking How We Solve Social Problems
Citified: What They’re Saying About Jerry Mondesire
Citified: Brian Sims Is Probably Running for Congress
Commonwealth Foundation: Gov. Wolf’s Tax Plan Would Devastate Dale
Commonwealth Foundation: Can You Afford $1,000 More?
Keystone Crossroads: Highway history: How the Pennsylvania Turnpike created and destroyed towns

2 Responses

  1. H3 – do u have a thing for corbett? What is your obsession. Last time I checked kane was being charged with crimes not corbett. Let me guess. It’s George bushes fault. Sad and intellectually void.

  2. In other news – Philadelphia DA’s Office confirms that THERE WAS a complaint made against one of the Corbett Pervs that currently get paid by the taxpayers of Philadelphia. Seems that complaint was made by a woman against Marc Costanzo (Fina’s right-hand man, driver and personal assistant).

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