9/9 PoliticsPA Playbook

pa-state-flag6Hillary leads the latest Quinnipiac poll, Henon still won’t talk about the FBI raid and Chelsea Clinton visits Carlisle. Good morning politicos, here’s the Playbook!

Quinnipiac Poll: Clinton 48% Trump 43%: Hillary Clinton remains in the lead.

A Month After FBI Raid, Henon Still Won’t Comment: Philadelphia City Councilman Bobby Henon is part of the investigation of John Dougherty, yet he refuses to talk about it.

Chelsea Clinton Comes to Carlisle: The final push for PA is underway, with Trump stumping in Philadelphia on Wednesday.

PA-Gov: Wolf Launches Text Messaging Service for Voter Registration: The PA State Department announces “2Vote”, a new voter registration tool.

Capitolwire: Clinton lead narrows, but Trump gains little ground, Quinnipiac Poll shows
Capitolwire: Auditor General says Dept. of Health, police, crime labs need more funding to test rape kits
PLS Reporter: Pittsburgh Police make policy changes after closed-door meeting with City Council
PLS Reporter: Legislators circulate proposals altering coming vape, e-cigarette tax
PLS Reporter: Limited number of session days could scuttle fall special session
PLS Reporter: Summer Session: Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York)
State House Sound Bites: Despite some tech updates, campaign finance site remains “cumbersome”
State House Sound Bites: DHS reports security boosts have yielded significant savings
State House Sound Bites: Chelsea Clinton returns to the trail; first stop, Pennsylvania
State House Sound Bites: Audit says PA needs more funding for rape kit processing

Inquirer: In 2011 FBI tape from case-fixing probe, yet another judge’s name is mentioned
Inquirer: FBI probe shadows City Council’s return
Inquirer: Philadelphia’s Board of Health adopts restrictions on tobacco sales
Inquirer: Musicians: Philadelphia Orchestra management’s initial offer is ‘regressive’
Inquirer: Former City of Philadelphia employee pleads guilty to extortion
KYW: President Obama set to campaign for Clinton during public event at the art museum
WHYY Newsworks: Trump expresses sincerity which leads to higher votes among suburban women
WHYY Newsworks: Dems’ VP pick Kaine continues Pennsylvania push
WHYY Newsworks: Kenney changes name — not mission — of literacy group

Bucks Local News: Local artist raises questions’ on who to vote for this presidential election
Daily Local News: Questions on gun control, elections, and education are issues both presidential nominees have not clarified with voters
Daily Local News: Republicans are not supporting Trump

Post-Gazette: Experts: Liberty Bridge fire avoidable if standards followed
Post-Gazette: Pittsburgh amends police-response policy
Post-Gazette: Sports stadiums a $3.7 billion drain on taxpayers
Post-Gazette: Frick Environmental Center set to open Saturday
Post-Gazette: Pitt program to help small businesses survive and thrive
KDKA: Envision Downtown’s New “Mobile Parklet” Fascinating Pittsburghers
KDKA: Study: Credit Card Agreements Too Long And Hard To Understand
KDKA: Possible Legionella Cases Investigated At Allegheny Valley School

Beaver County Times: Community, officials exploring mural project, Beaver borough building changes
Beaver County Times: Matzie’s GOP opponent withdraws, party fails to find a replacement
Tribune-Democrat: Windber’s ‘cancer center of the future’ gets new name (with VIDEO)
Tribune-Democrat: Court to hear ed funding suit involving Greater Johnstown School District
Tribune-Democrat: Part of aging Conrad Building falls down

Times Leader: Mayor: Wilkes-Barre’s minimum pension payment to increase by $3.5M in 2017
Times Leader: State high court to hear arguments in funding lawsuit that includes W-B Area
Times-Tribune: Chelsea Clinton stumps for her mom in downtown Scranton

South Central
Patriot-News: First case of sexually transmitted Zika infection found in Pennsylvania
Patriot-News: West Shore board goes public with teacher’s union negotiations, teachers rally in protest
Patriot-News: Marshmallow peeps workers walk off the job
Carlisle Sentinel: $3.5 million state grant to help restore Harrisburg buildings
Carlisle Sentinel: Non-discrimination ordinance still topic of debate
York Dispatch: Quick resolution possible for West York’s police chief
York Dispatch: Forum at Yorktowne to explore national politics

Lehigh Valley
Morning Call: Just Born begins hiring replacement workers
Morning Call: Sentencing delayed for Lehigh prof convicted of NASA fraud
Reading Eagle: Pennsylvania wins big grant to fight heroin crisis
Reading Eagle: Chester County now included in state-issued drought watch
WFMZ: Allentown police union receives 3-year deal

North by Northwest
Centre Daily Times: AG files civil suit against defunct Meadowview Manor personal care home
Williamsport Sun Gazette: School reconsiders warning to stand for national anthem
Williamsport Sun Gazette: Court orders board to probe teacher’s complaint about dues

Inquirer: Lower courts need hear PA judges’ retirement case
Daily News: Money trumps morals when Pa. invests your tax dollars
Patriot-News: Fifteen years after 9/11, ‘the scars have healed, but they remain’
Patriot-News: Here’s what Donald Trump gets right about the economy
Post-Gazette: The Farmington 78: Not too late for justice in the 1968 mine disaster
Post-Gazette: Hong Kong hangs on: Beijing rules, but local power remains a force

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