9/14 Morning Buzz

PA-state-flag6Kane supporters disappoint, Fetterman joins the PA-Sen race while Groen becomes Dem Chair. Plus, last week’s Ups & Downs! Good morning politicos, here’s the Buzz!

9/11 Ups & Downs: Emails, endorsements and intraparty fights. See who made this week’s list!

PA-Sen: Fetterman Joins Democratic Primary: The Mayor of Braddock is jumping into the 2016 Senate race.

Capitol Rally of Kane Supporters Underwhelms: The Attorney General inspired just a few dozen people to protest for her defense.

Groen Becomes Dem Party Chair: The Montgomery County leader takes over from retiring Chair Jim Burn.

Sunday Show Preview: September 13, 2015: We take a look at the Sunday morning political talk shows that will air throughout the state.

Capitolwire: GOP prepares to take ‘the next logical step’ in budget negotiations
Capitolwire: Montgomery County’s Groen elected Democratic Party chair; Burn hints at future candidacy
PA Independent: Lawmakers plan to take on ‘ghost teachers’
PA Independent: State senator: Make it easier for mid-sized grocers to sell beer

Inquirer: Feud between officials simmers in Bucks County
Inquirer: Toomey launches his reelection bid
Inquirer: Reagan, often cited in GOP debates, was nuanced in reality
Inquirer: Queen of Soul to serenade the pope in Philly
CapitolInq: Pa. congressman invokes 9-11 during Iran debate
CapitolInq: Boyle, Norcross break with Dems, oppose Iran deal
Daily News: Host of bills unveiled on City Council’s first day back
Daily News: Philly cop’s Starbucks restroom rant goes viral

Courier-Times: Local school officials see few benefits to new accountability system waiver
Courier-Times: Bucks SPCA director Anne Irwin retires after 44 years working with animals
Montgomery Media: Bedminster approves no parking at elementary school; Tractor Supply store development agreement approved
Montgomery Media: East Rockhill budgeting for no tax increase
Montgomery Media: Upper Dublin commissioners grant conditional use, zoning changes

Early Returns: Breakfast Sausage: 5 stories to read today
Pittsburgh Business Times: Highmark may request special enrollment period for Medicare Advantage
Pittsburgh Business Times: Why there’s a 50-50 chance of government shutdown
Post-Gazette: Toomey declares U.S. Senate re-election bid
Tribune Review: Peduto to start campaign for 2nd term as Pittsburgh mayor next year
Tribune Review: Former Maryland Governor O’Malley denounces Democrats’ 6-debate limit
Tribune Review: Braddock mayor to join Democrats in race for U.S. Senate seat
Tribune Review: Pa. Democrats elect Groen as state chairman; Burn officially resigns
WESA: County to Process 560 Untested Rape Kits with Federal Grant
WESA: GOP Readies Stopgap Budget, but Details are Scarce

Altoona Mirror: CRIZ effort begins
Beaver County Times: Legislators at Moon Twp. gathering blame Wolf for state budget impasse
Beaver County Times: Beaver approves salary increase for interim borough manager
Observer-Reporter: Report: Company has no knowledge Clinton server was ‘wiped’
Observer-Reporter: Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate grinds on

Times Leader: With Pa. budget impasse ongoing, lawmakers turn to ‘Plan B’
Times Leader: Lawton submits proposal to fund Luzerne County government raises and new deputy
Times-Tribune: Scranton police/fire pension boards sue city to restore retiree raises
Times-Tribune: State courts owe constables $6.5 million, group says
Wayne Independent: The Latest: Migrants ponder how to get past Hungarian border

South Central
Carlisle Sentinel: CV looking to expand facilities in face of high enrollment
Carlisle Sentinel: Dauphin County ponders offering clean slate to applicants
Patriot-News: Lots of talk, no breakthrough moments yet on Pa. budget stalemate
Patriot-News: Republicans Senators to propose stop-gap budget to fund schools, social services
York Dispatch: Nonprofits in York County continue to feel state budget impasse pinch
Lancaster Intelligencer: Why an unprecedented $10-million donation by BB&T, Lancaster County’s newest bank, could mean good-paying jobs

Lehigh Valley
Morning Call: Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski elevator pat-down came shortly before FBI raid, sources say
Morning Call: Pat Toomey touts bipartisanship, fiscal restraint in re-election kickoff
Capitol Ideas: Balk! Softball canceled
Reading Eagle: Berks County consumers have fewer banks, but more competition
Express Times: Secretaries settle feud with county over denied raises

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: State College Friends Meeting marks the 100th solar renovation for Envinity in Centre County
Centre Daily Times: Education on Centre: Bald Eagle Area FFA students fight hunger
Erie Times-News Campaign ‘15 Blog: Poll: Bad news, good news for Clinton
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: August prison population highest so far this year

Observer-Reporter:  More Americans need to speak a second language
Post-Gazette: America’s role: U.S. leadership is maintained with the Iran deal
Post-Gazette: Civilian scourge: The world must reject the use of cluster bombs
Tribune Review: Seattle’s gun violence tax: A 2nd Amendment potshot
Tribune Review: Sunday pops
Tribune Review: Fight back against the red tape
Tribune Review: Another union-friendly labor-law ruling
Inquirer: Wrong lesson plan
Inquirer: Funerals that weren’t
Daily News: Off the wall
Patriot-News: Does the rise of Trump mean the end times are nigh for the GOP?
Lancaster Intelligencer: As people flee war-torn Syria, we need to open our hearts to refugees
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Obama record shows Iran violations of deal won’t bring retaliation
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Getting immigration house in order just got tougher
Morning Call: Was hubris a tragic flaw for Ed Pawlowski?
Reading Eagle: Cops cannot charge people for filming with cellphones

Citified: Darrell Clarke Thinks Philly Schools Need the Firm Hand of City Council
Citified: Here’s the Gap Between the Minimum Wage and Cost of Living in Philly
Commonwealth Foundation: Setting the Record Straight on Pensions
2 Political Junkies: And Now The Connellsville Community Responds
Keystone Crossroads: Nittany Lions, Punxsutawney Phil, Red Land: the Pope isn’t the only big act in Pa.
Keystone Crossroads: In case you missed it: this week’s good reads about Pennsylvania cities

2 Responses

  1. So true
    Darrly Clarke has strong honest leadership skills who understands what is needed in Phila. Senator Kitchen stood against George Bush when everyone else stood in the back. I commend her for that.
    Philadelphia could be a strong city, if all the leaders that have abused their positions just stop. Look back at what they help create. Than bond together to uncreate the disaster before their soul is truly lost.
    We cannot judge, only God has that authority. because people can change.
    getting rid of the SRC and Hite would be great. But truthfully, where can Philadelphia find a truly honest caring individual to take his place.
    How can City Council agree on important matters when there is an imbalance of true leaders and leaders who care about their pockets.

  2. Truthfully, Darryl Clarke has a true gripe about getting rid of the SRC and Hite. But as far as the thoughts of the people in Philadelphia. He stands only amongst a few honest leaders in the city of philadelphia.
    True leadership is the leaders who care honestly like Senator Kitchen. She understands the concept of voter power. And that we can make a difference. As long as we face people with the lack of education, lack of knowledge. lack of respect in our growing communtiy. We will always just have a few leaders who remain just and true.
    We will always have an abundance of leaders who use and abuse their roles in the communities they are suppose to care for.

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