The Times-Tribune BY BORYS KRAWCZENIUK (STAFF WRITER) The biggest winners in the election might not have been the candidates with the most votes and their
Sen. Casey has a short mention in the WikiLeaks cables, Tom Corbett is headed to DC tomorrow to meet with the incoming Speaker of the House and Gov. Rendell says strengthening the gun control laws in Pa. is ‘a lost cause’. In addition, controversy is brewing about the cars state judges drive, more lawmakers are rejecting their pay raise, and how much does it cost to protect Mayor Ravenstahl? Good Tuesday morning and welcome to the Buzz.
Good morning and welcome to the Buzz. Rep. Critz is getting involved in the Social Security wrangling, Gov. Rendell vetoed the Castle Doctrine legislation, legislators are running away from their payraise as fast as they can and Mayor Nutter was on Meet the Press yesterday. As always, check back for updates throughout the day on PoliticsPA.com
Welcome to the Black Friday edition of the Buzz. The Morning Call says Tom Corbett is going to have a tough time emulating Chris Christie, Rep. Costa plead guilty to a lesser charge and Gov. Rendell signed 22 bills into law. Stay warm while you do your holiday shopping.
State Sen. Raphael J. Musto, an 81-year-old Pittston native who has held public office for nearly 40 years, became the latest official snared in an ongoing public corruption probe Tuesday when he was indicted by a federal grand jury in Scranton on charges he pocketed cash and gifts from a company that wanted help building a multimillion-dollar commercial development project.
November 24, 2010 Ahead of Thanksgiving, Casey Urges Vote to Preserve Unemployment Insurance After Thanksgiving, two million Americans and 83,000 in PA to lose coverage
CITY’S CREDIT RATING RECEIVES FIRST ‘NEGATIVE OUTLOOK’ AFTER YEARS OF CREDIT UPGRADES Mayor Luke Ravenstahl today announced that the City received an updatedA1 bond rating