6/6 PoliticsPA Playbook

PA-state-flag6Williams fundraises for Farnese, Toomey hammers McGinty over college claim while Barletta and Marino have the trust of Trump. Plus, last week’s Ups & Downs! Good morning politicos, here’s the Playbook!

6/3 Ups & Downs: Buzzfeed, a resignation and write-in votes. See who made this week’s list!

Williams Fundraises for Indicted State Senator: An embarrassing moment for the Philly DA.

PA-Sen: Toomey Hits McGinty over College Claim in New Web Ad (VIDEO): The Senator’s campaign also unveiled a new hashtag for his opponent, #ShadyKatie.

Barletta, Marino Among Trump’s Most Trusted Supporters in D.C.: Barletta, Marino Among Trump’s Most Trusted Supporters in D.C.

Sunday Show Preview: June 5, 2016: We take a look at the Sunday morning political talk shows that will air throughout the state.

WITF: Newborn screening law isn’t getting followed, says lawmaker
WITF: FTC, state AG office say Penn State Health/Pinnacle merger ruling is “untethered from reality”
WITF: PennDOT offering driver exams at third party locations

WHYY Newsworks: McGinty stumbles over college try
WHYY Newsworks: Liquor-by-the-drink tax generates $60 million for Philly schools, revenue chief says
WHYY Newsworks: Philly Council memo outlines taxing options
WHYY Newsworks: Bucks County congressional candidates disagree over debate days – politely
WHYY Newsworks: Fattah corruption trial moving more quickly than expected
Inquirer: Parade of plaudits for Fattah as defense in corruption case begins
Inquirer: Feds probe rent for Philly DA Seth Williams’ ex-wife
Inquirer: Why Clinton needs to win California

Pottstown Mercury: Pottsgrove solicitor: Prayer at graduation violates U.S. Constitution
Delco Daily Times: Community Briefs: Veterans info fair comes to East Lansdowne June 9
Bucks Local News: Lower Makefield supervisors consider issuing $15M in bonds for capital improvements; would cost average property owner an extra $42 a year in taxes

WESA: Philadelphia Gets $75,000 To Address Racial Inequality, Workforce Development
Pittsburgh Business Times: See how Silicon Valley has weaved its way into politics (Video)
Tribune-Review: As Trump rocks GOP boat, Toomey likely to join convention no-shows
Tribune-Review: Record gun sales boost grants to wildlife agencies
Post-Gazette: It’s back! Deadline looms for new state budget
Post-Gazette: As state tackles opioid crisis, Wolf goes slow on checks for patients’ drug use

Altoona Mirror: McGinnis predicts timely budget
Altoona Mirror: Stricter gun rules sought
Altoona Mirror: Patton admits to water violations
Observer Reporter: GOP’s Halvorson ponders run as a Democrat against Congressman Shuster
Observer Reporter: Gov. Wolf visits Washington for drug epidemic roundtable discussion
Observer Reporter: Adwatch: Pennsylvania Senate race ads attacking McGinty
Observer Reporter: Halvorson’s write-in campaign would make for a strange rematch against Shuster
Beaver County Times: U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey calls for crackdown on Chinese fentanyl
Beaver County Times: Legislation to extend civil rights to LGBT Americans gains Casey’s support

Times Leader: Hearings on opioid addiction brings lawmakers, concerned citizens together
Times Leader: Work on temporary medical marijuana regulations for Pennsylvania begins
Times Leader: Residents rally on Public Square against W-B Area cuts
Times Tribune: Schools face tough choices, worry over upcoming state budget debate

South Central
Patriot-News: Political Winners & Losers: McGinty’s fib, Ardo’s exit and Trump’s ‘Mexican’ problem
Patriot-News: Lancaster County DA kicks Manheim Twp. school board probe up to state
Patriot-News: UGI seeks quick decision from judge on five-county natural gas pipeline project issue
Patriot-News: Report: Pa. outspends most states on cash welfare assistance
Patriot-News: Volunteers package 400,000 meals for midstate’s hungry
Carlisle Sentinel: Closer Look: Experts agree enhanced state support would do a lot to reverse trend
Carlisle Sentinel: Teacher shortage looms on horizon

Lehigh Valley
Morning Call: Northampton veteran recalls D-Day: ‘Hard to digest how many soldiers are buried there’
Morning Call: Lehigh Valley under severe thunderstorm watch as Pocono NASCAR race postponed
Morning Call: Rolling Thunder honors Country Meadows vets
Morning Call: Valley native wants to disrupt ‘rickety’ parts-supply market
Reading Eagle: Corrections Secretary John Wetzel talks to Reading Eagle

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: Clearfield woman loses thousands in $2.5 million prize scam
Centre Daily Times: Cancer Survivors’ Association celebrates lives at Tom Tudek Memorial Park
Sun Gazette: Local women of influence say gender need not be a barrier
Sun Gazette: 50 years of NOW
Sun Gazette: Members of class of 2016 reflect on schools’ merger

Inquirer: Pa. can’t lose deficit without new revenue
Inquirer: Celebrate women on merit, not gender
Inquirer: Pa. bill would harm schools, parishes, services
Observer Reporter: Restore accountable government
Post-Gazette: An American great: How Muhammad Ali electrified the world
Post-Gazette: Public info, now: As county and city improve, the state stays lousy
Patriot-News: New fair funding formula is step toward improving Pa.’s schools: Tom Wolf

Keystone Crossroads: Lawsuit demands Philadelphia replace lead service pipes, more transparency on water supply
Keystone Crossroads: Wolf signs bill changing education funding formula
Commonwealth Foundation: Pennsylvania’s Pension Funds Still on a Collision Course
Philly Mag: Is Philly Really the Angriest City in America?
Philly Mag: Katie McGinty Wasn’t Really the First in Her Family to Attend College
Keystone Crossroads: Property tax discounts for new construction, improvements coming to Harrisburg

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  1. Hey F.B.I.! You jackoffs should be looking into the riots at the Zappala Crime Family’s for profit Juvie detention center in Butler County, a/k/a “Cash for Kids II.” Don’t get caught with your pants down again. The taxpayers are paying Western Pennsylvania Child Care Services to house, feed, supervise and rehab juvenile offenders from across the state. What the taxpayers are getting is a theft of honest services by the Zappala mob when three riots in one month shows a failure to secure and protect kids and staff. There have been numerous injuries and the hired hands are fleeing. Maybe you could suggest to your friends at C.I.D. That an audit is in order. This time, when the fur flies, you jerkoffs can rightfully take some credit, or you can keep playing footsie with Whitey Bulger.

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