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March 30th Playbook

Gov. Tom Wolf signs a bill to move the state’s primary to June 2nd, while Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Butler) tests positive for COVID-19. Here is the Playbook. 

March 27th Ups & Downs: Pennsylvania’s primary is moved to June 2, Gov. Tom Wolf and Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati are linked in a story about businesses closings during the coronavirus pandemic, plus a state representative from Philadelphia leads a virtual happy hour with former VP Joe Biden. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

Wolf Signs Bill To Move PA Primary To June 2: Pennsylvania, along with over 10 states, will hold their primary on June 2.

Kelly Tests Positive for COVID-19: The Butler County Republican sent out a press release on Friday afternoon announcing that he tested for COVID-19.

Harrisburg & DC  
Spotlight PA: Businesses tied to Gov. Tom Wolf, a top Pa. senator close after questions about how they qualified as ‘life-sustaining’ during coronavirus pandemic
Spotlight PA: Wolf administration lays off about 2,500 state employees as financial fallout from the coronavirus deepens
Spotlight PA: How many people in Pa. will be infected with the coronavirus? Scientific modeling is trying to find the answer.
Spotlight PA: Delay of tax deadline due to the coronavirus will cause ‘significant disruption’ to Pa.’s budget process
Spotlight PA: Pa. hotels volunteer to make room for patients as state braces for possible coronavirus surge
Spotlight PA: Pennsylvania is now streaming its daily coronavirus briefings with Spanish captions
Spotlight PA: Pennsylvania corrections officers, advocates worry a prison coronavirus outbreak is inevitable
Spotlight PA: Pa. eases rules for health-care workers, others as coronavirus crisis reveals ‘inflexibility’ in professional licensing
Spotlight PA: Inmate inside southeast Pa. prison tests positive for the coronavirus
StateImpactPA: Wolf vetoes natural gas tax-break bill
StateImpactPA: DEP revokes permit for rural injection well, citing local home rule charter
StateImpactPA: Mine workers’ union wants more protections against COVID-19
York Daily Record: ‘First we must survive:’ Gov. Wolf talks one-on-one about how to beat coronavirus in Pa.  
AP: Pennsylvania deaths, cases of COVID-19 continue to increase
AP: Governor again expanding order for residents to stay home
AP: Stay-at-home order expands as overflow facilities get ready
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: The latest on COVID-19 in Pa.: 3,394 confirmed cases in 58 counties
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: COVID-19 in Pa.: Wolf asks Trump for federal ‘major disaster declaration’
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: W.Pa. House candidate will stay on the primary ballot, state court judge rules
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Pa. Health Secretary Levine confirms 64 cases of COVID-19 in Pa. personal care homes 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: What will Pa. get from federal COVID-19 stimulus? According to Wolf, it’s too early to tell.
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: COVID-19 in Pa: Wolf signs bill moving Pa. presidential primary to June 2
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Wolf vetoes multi-million methane tax credit, gas allies push for override
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: New Pa. database tries to connect frontline COVID-19 responders to child care providers
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Greater Philly YMCA cuts 3,400 jobs in biggest layoff in Pa.
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Pa. Congressman Mike Kelly says he’s tested positive for COVID-19
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: U.S. House sends Trump $2T behemoth COVID-19 relief bill
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Philly caseworkers take leave, DHS closes offices after COVID-19 diagnoses
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Health care workers from Pa., other states, using expired gear during pandemic and ‘hoping for the best’
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: ‘We’re just trying to fill the void, ease the pain:’ Across Lancaster, Pa., volunteers come together amid COVID-19 shutdowns
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Tips for staying safe when you’re staying home | Five for the Weekend 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Will Pittsburgh-Ukraine connection yield results Trump wants? ‘It’s a double-edged sword’
PLSReporter: Wolf approves primary election change, school code changes due to COVID-19
PLSReporter: Despite bipartisan support, Wolf keeps promise and vetoes petrochemical tax credit bill
PLSReporter: PA allows pipeline construction restart
PLSReporter: MAP: A statewide look at which Pa. counties have coronavirus cases
Pittsburgh Business Times: Pennsylvania businesses to get more guidance soon on COVID-19 response
Patriot News: Three Pa. government offices close in Philadelphia due to COVID-19 exposure concerns; ‘This could have been prevented’ 
Patriot News: Gov. Tom Wolf signs emergency school bill that addresses issues created by coronavirus outbreak 
Patriot News: Pennsylvania pushes back its primary to June 2 
Patriot News: Pa. school districts face new pressure to start educating kids online 
Patriot News: Pa. liquor stores working on a way to restore access to their wine and spirits 
Patriot News: Coronavirus could kill more than 3,000 in Pa., reach peak in two weeks, new analysis predicts 
Patriot News: Sen. Pat Toomey asks Pennsylvanians to wear masks when going outside
Inquirer: Pennsylvania just postponed its primary due to coronavirus. Here’s what it means for voters and 2020 campaigns.
Inquirer: No, a new lawsuit doesn’t say Pennsylvania registered the dead to vote
Inquirer: The latest unemployment figures look bad. The reality is likely worse.
Inquirer: Colleges stand to lose millions because of the coronavirus
Inquirer: Pennsylvania adjusts dental restrictions to allow emergency procedures
Inquirer: Franklin and Marshall College tracks coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania counties
Inquirer: Coronavirus fears trigger hunger strike by immigration detainees at Pa. prison
WESA: State Launches Online Tool For Essential Workers Looking For Child Care
WESA: How The Coronavirus Impacts People On Food Stamps
PA Post: PA’s Top Health Official Stresses Importance Of Protecting People Living In Nursing Homes 
Fox News: Prosecutor rips Philadelphia officials for using coronavirus pandemic to ‘fling open the prison doors’
Fox News: Closing Pennsylvania liquor stores could lead to withdrawal, death: experts
Fox News: Two more members of Congress test positive for coronavirus
Fox News: Pennsylvania coughing ‘prank’ suspect arrested, charged after $35G in groceries tossed
Philadelphia Magazine: Economist Mark Zandi Likes the Stimulus, but Says Trump Is “Uniquely Unprepared” to Manage the Crisis
Post-Gazette: Pa. primary election pushed back to June 2 after Wolf signs bill into law
Post-Gazette: Businesses and workers prepare for paid leave mandates amid COVID-19 pandemic
Post-Gazette: U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly tests positive for COVID-19
Post-Gazette: Josh Shapiro, other AGs lobby for federal student loan relief amid pandemic
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey encourages public to wear homemade masks to prevent coronavirus spread: ‘The idea is to protect everyone else’
Morning Call: Coronavirus, cash and credit card machines: Experts advise caution in everyday activities to avoid spreading disease
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Kelly says he has tested positive for coronavirus 
Express Times: Toomey encourages DIY masks as hands-free sneeze guard to prevent coronavirus spread 
National Journal: Swing Left Outlines PA Legislative Targets
Philadelphia Business Journal: Coronavirus-tracking map now shows COVID-19 cases by city, county
Philadelphia Business Journal: Pennsylvania led the country in jobless claims last week. Here are some reasons why.
Philadelphia Business Journal: Pennsylvania coronavirus loans and small business resources
Philly Voice: Gov. Wolf requests major disaster relief for Pennsylvania to combat coronavirus outbreak
Philly Voice: Not comfortable going to the polls due to the coronavirus outbreak? Here’s how to vote by mail for the primaries
Philly Voice: More people are filing for unemployment in Pennsylvania than any other state during the coronavirus pandemic 
The Hill: Pennsylvania congressman tests positive for coronavirus
The Hill: Woman accused of coughing on store’s food jailed, charged with terroristic threats
The Hill: Immigration detainees in PA start hunger strike demanding release amid coronavirus pandemic
KYW Newsradio: Gov. Wolf announces streamlined licensing rules to bring more medical professionals into coronavirus fight
KYW Newsradio: Pa. political consultant says delay in primary election benefits some in presidential race
KYW Newsradio: Gov. Wolf requests major disaster declaration for additional coronavirus relief as number of cases continues to rise
Beaver County Times: Casey, Toomey support $2 trillion coronavirus relief package
Politico: Cannabis finds its moment amid coronavirus outbreak 
NPR: Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney On The City’s Coronavirus Response 
New York Times: Behind Joe Biden’s Thinking on a Female Running Mate
CNN: They used to make MLB uniforms. Now they’re making medical masks and gowns 

Billy Penn: Temple’s Liacouras Center, set to be Philly’s coronavirus overflow site, almost didn’t get built
Billy Penn: Use this map to track Philly’s positive COVID-19 cases by ZIP code
Billy Penn: Updated guide to coronavirus in Philly: Testing, schools, shopping, transit, unemployment and more
KYW Newsradio: Philadelphia expands food access as new coronavirus cases surge
KYW Newsradio: Kenney says Temple’s Liacouras Center to prep hospital bed space for COVID-19 patients
KYW Newsradio: Philadelphia School District spending millions to buy Chromebooks for students during closure
KYW Newsradio: As virus clashes with livelihood, Philly workers demand aid, paid sick leave 
Inquirer: Philadelphia’s first coronavirus map offers incomplete but troubling picture ‘all over the city’
Inquirer: Philadelphia-area hospitals brace for the coronavirus surge: ‘We are no more than 2 weeks behind N.Y.C.’
Inquirer: Philadelphia region braces for surge in coronavirus cases, preps new hospital and quarantine beds
Inquirer: ‘Very Temple proud’: Philly to use Liacouras Center as overflow hospital space as coronavirus cases rise
Inquirer: Their loved ones were slain in Phila., with no arrests made. Now they are organizing to demand justice.
Inquirer: Stories from the front lines in the battle vs. COVID-19 | Coronavirus Newsletter
WHYY Newsworks: University of Pennsylvania researchers help develop rapid at-home COVID-19 test
Philadelphia Tribune: SDP to spend $11M on Chromebooks for students who don’t have computers
Philadelphia Tribune: YMCA cuts 3,400 jobs in biggest layoff in Pa.
Philadelphia Tribune: Friday coronavirus update: Confirmed coronavirus cases in every ZIP code in Philly, city to use Liacouras Center to treat patients
Philadelphia Tribune: Coronavirus crisis sparks increased demand for food pantries
Philadelphia Tribune: City ends negotiations to use Hahnemann, will look at other sites
Philadelphia Magazine: Penn Med School Dean Says Philly’s Coronavirus Crisis Won’t Peak Until May
Philadelphia Magazine: Economist Mark Zandi Likes the Stimulus, but Says Trump Is “Uniquely Unprepared” to Manage the Crisis
Philadelphia Magazine: Here’s What Individuals, Workers and Businesses Need to Know About the Coronavirus Stimulus Package
Philly Voice: Philadelphia to provide free food at various sites across city to residents impacted by coronavirus outbreak
Philadelphia Business Journal: What Philly employment lawyers are telling their ‘terrified clients’ about the coronavirus 
Philadelphia Business Journal: Resources for Philadelphia-area businesses impacted by COVID-19

Daily Local News: Dinniman: Chester Countians urged to be model for rest of nation
Daily Local News: Coronavirus cases in Chester County spike to 137
Daily Local News: Pa. reports first COVID-19 case in inmate housed in Montgomery County
Daily Local News: Chester County Prison takes steps to keep coronavirus out
Delco Daily Times: Glen Mills Schools to become federal medical station
Delco Daily Times: Friday Update: 531 new cases in Pennsylvania, total soars over 2,200; Delaware County death toll now at 4
Delco Daily Times: Delco courts, D.A. move to reduce prison population
Inquirer: Glen Mills Schools will be turned into a medical treatment site to ease the coronavirus crush
KYW Newsradio: Construction begins on FEMA medical site at Glen Mills to aid coronavirus response
KYW Newsradio: FEMA setting up medical operation at Glen Mills Schools site to aid coronavirus response
KYW Newsradio: Coronavirus cases in Delaware County jail prompt officials to expedite release of inmates
KYW Newsradio: Montco commissioner announces 4th coronavirus death, begs residents to ‘please stay home’
Bucks Courier Times: Coronavirus: Bucks County reports two more deaths
Bucks Courier Times: Coronavirus: Bucks, Montgomery county jails taking steps to reduce inmate populations
Bucks Courier Times: Coronavirus circulating in Pennsylvania nursing homes, but officials won’t say where
Pottstown Mercury: Montgomery County reports 27 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday; total number at 488
Bucks Local News: First Bucks County COVID-19 death announced among 36 new cases
Bucks Local News: COVID-19 positive cases increase to 181; number of residents filing for unemployment jumps 200 percent in Bucks County
Bucks Local News: UPDATE: Pace of new COVID-19 cases in Bucks slows; U.S. total passes all other nations

WESA: Kass Narrowly Prevails In Petition Challenge, Remains On Ballot
WESA: North Hills Democrats Have Options
WESA: March 23-27 Explained: Federal Coronavirus Relief, Early Releases From Jail And Arts Groups Struggle
WESA: Allegheny County Nursing Home Residents Test Positive For COVID-19
Post-Gazette: Candidates get creative campaigning amid COVID-19 outbreak
Post-Gazette: VA Pittsburgh reports COVID-19 cases in veteran and employee
Post-Gazette: Allegheny County’s COVID-19 cases jump to 265; Lawrence County reports first death
Post-Gazette: As COVID-19 response shifts, former HHS secretary wants health experts out front
Pittsburgh Current: Updated:: Allegheny County Jail Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
Tribune Review: Allegheny County sees 46 new coronavirus cases, bringing total to 265 
Tribune Review: Allegheny County map shows where coronavirus patients live 
Pittsburgh Business Times: State reaches out to Pitt health modeling to help COVID-19 response
Pittsburgh Business Times: Lawmakers ask Wolf to use assets of failed Ellwood City Medical Center in COVID-19 fight
Pittsburgh Business Times: Pitt offers campus locations that could be used to house COVID-19 patients
KDKA: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Confirms 265 Positive Coronavirus Cases County-Wide
KDKA: Coronavirus Closures: Pittsburgh Public Schools To Stay Closed Through April 14
KDKA: Urban Redevelopment Authority Of Pittsburgh Waives All Fees For Businesses Applying For Assistance
KDKA: City Of Monessen Urging The Use Of ‘Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservation Act’
KDKA: City Of Pittsburgh Trash Pickup To Continue Monday
KDKA: Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Local Business Starts Making Masks For Senior Citizens
City Paper: Peduto decries mid-size cities like Pittsburgh being left out of COVID-19 stimulus bill
City Paper: How Planned Parenthood is handling the coronavirus

Beaver County Times: Lamb backs coronavirus relief bill, says infrastructure should be next 
Beaver County Times: Elected officials want supplies in Ellwood City Medical Center used in pandemic 
Beaver County Times: Kail coronavirus tele-town hall will offer Heritage Valley experts 
Beaver County Times: Bill guarantees pay to school workers during COVID-19 closure 
Beaver County Times: 20 residents at Brighton Rehabilitation test positive for COVID-19, officials ask for donations of supplies
Beaver County Times: County making sure poll workers, polling places available for June 2 primary 
Beaver County Times: Groups respond to Wolf’s veto on gas tax breaks 
Beaver County Times: Rep. Mike Kelly has COVID-19 
Beaver County Times: Beaver County Commissioners hold virtual meeting 
Beaver County Times: Doctor: Cracker plant workers make county more vulnerable 
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Thompson, Joyce vote yes on $2.2 trillion CARES Act
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Westmoreland, Butler among nine new stay-at-home counties
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Census Bureau: Cambria population down 13K in decade  
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: 3 counties added to Wolf stay-at-home order
Observer-Reporter: Greene County establishes task force for COVID-19 response
Observer-Reporter: Washington County coroner criticizes state guidance on handling COVID-19 deaths
Observer-Reporter: Snyder to propose grants for volunteer emergency departments
Observer-Reporter: O’Neal hosting telephone town hall with Canonsburg Hospital doctor
Observer-Reporter: ‘Work that’s valuable’: Peters Township employees adjust to COVID-19 situation
KDKA: Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Beaver, Centre, Washington Counties Added To Stay At Home List
Tribune Review: State: 6 additional covid-19 cases reported in Westmoreland County
Tribune Review: Westmoreland County under stay-at-home order as confirmed coronavirus cases grow
Altoona Mirror: $1 million set to aid Blair, Central Pa. businesses
Altoona Mirror: Weeks to take on DA duties
Altoona Mirror: Teleconferencing connects officials amid pandemic
Altoona Mirror: Blair confirms a third virus case

Citizens Voice: Luzerne County launches coronavirus crisis team 
Citizens Voice: Possible revenue loss adds to pandemic problems for Wilkes-Barre 
Citizens Voice: 29 new COVID-19 cases in Luzerne County 
Citizens Voice: Prisoner quarantines to begin at SCI-Retreat 
Citizens Voice: Municipal officials open new lines of communication with residents 
Times-Tribune: Coronavirus could keep Scranton financially distressed, and mayor says that’s OK 
Times-Tribune: Scranton Council to broadcast meeting live on YouTube 
Times-Tribune: Coronavirus pandemic threatens Scranton School District’s financial recovery 
Times-Tribune: Scranton firefighters oppose closing of station amid coronavirus concerns
Times-Tribune: Covid-19 – Complete Coverage
The Times Leader: Pedri announces Luzerne County COVID-19 crisis committee 
The Times Leader: Luzerne County cases rise to 94; statewide total at 3,394
The Times Leader:  Luzerne County Council to hold second virtual meeting Tuesday

South Central 
York Daily Record: ‘First we must survive:’ Gov. Wolf talks one-on-one about how to beat coronavirus in Pa. 
York Daily Record: Coronavirus stay-at-home orders extended to York, Lancaster and other Pa. counties 
York Daily Record: Coronavirus updates: Central Pa. records first deaths; 533 new positive cases 
York Daily Record: How to help: York County COVID-19 Response Fund launched by community foundation & United Way 
York Daily Record: Central Pennsylvania counties seeing significant population growth
York Dispatch: No need for new open meetings law under coronavirus emergency, state senator says 
York Dispatch: York County up to 43 cases of COVID-19, Pa. has almost 3,400 with 38 deaths 
York Dispatch: Hygiene, cleanliness conditions for ICE detainees in York prison concern advocates 
York Dispatch: COVID-19 outbreak isn’t stopping York City’s census efforts
Patriot News: Immigrant detainees stage hunger strike at York County Prison 
LNP | LancasterOnline: Second COVID-19-related death in Lancaster County reported by state Department of Health
Carlisle Sentinel: DOH: First death reported for COVID-19 in Cumberland County Saturday, six new cases raises county total to 22 
Carlisle Sentinel: Tracking COVID-19: Charts detail the course of coronavirus in Cumberland County 
Carlisle Sentinel: Virus coordinator Birx, a Carlisle High School grad, is Trump’s data-whisperer

Lehigh Valley      
Reading Eagle: Reading Mayor Eddie Moran has medical scare
Reading Eagle: ‘Pretty much in shock’: Many Berks County small-business owners are reeling amid coronavirus shutdown
Reading Eagle: Berks County reports 1st coronavirus death, a 94-year-old woman
Reading Eagle: Update: Berks County added to ‘stay at home’ order; case total nearly doubles again to 65 
Reading Eagle: Coronavirus: Gov. Wolf expands ‘stay-at-home’ order to 9 more counties including Berks
Morning Call: ‘A very emotional period of time’: Most U.S. House lawmakers from Pa. return to Capitol Hill to approve historic coronavirus relief bill 
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey encourages public to wear homemade masks to prevent coronavirus spread: ‘The idea is to protect everyone else’
Morning Call: Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Cases up to 3,394, including four more deaths; Lehigh Valley adds 74 cases 
Morning Call: Coronavirus in the Lehigh Valley: What you need to know
Morning Call: Lehigh Valley hospital restrictions amid coronavirus pandemic
Express Times: Northampton County businesses affected by coronavirus invited to virtual town hall
Express Times: Toomey encourages DIY masks as hands-free sneeze guard to prevent coronavirus spread 

North by Northwest
Erie Times-News: Rep. Mike Kelly tests positive for COVID-19 
Erie Times-News: Northwest Pennsylvania women train to run for office 
Erie Times-News: How local legislators voted: Week ending March 27 
Erie Times-News: Coronavirus: Erie-area updates, Monday, March 30
City Paper: U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly of Butler has tested positive for coronavirus
Centre Daily Times: Now under a stay-at-home order, Centre County adds 7 new coronavirus cases 
Centre Daily Times: As Centre County small businesses struggle amid shutdown, creative solutions emerge 
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Legislators have ‘historic week’ in fight against virus 
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Comms encourage virtual attendance 
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: City partners with company to equip healthcare workers 
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Area businesses taking impacts ‘day-to-day’ 
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: $1 million fund established to help local businesses

Inquirer Editorial Board: Coronavirus relief bill does a lot of good, but it’s just a start 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Lunch by bus: Schools should consider buses for meal deliveries
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Buy only what you need: Panic buying impacts stores, food banks
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: China expulsions: Free flow of information is crucial in this crisis
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Blood supplies dwindling: Donations needed to protect health care system
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Unacceptable delay: Slow FDA investigation endangered students
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Putting students at risk: Liberty University makes poor decision to reopen
Ed Rendell: Pennsylvania still needs justice for Marsy’s Law
Chris Woods: COVID-19 in Pa.: We have to ensure care for our caregivers
Stan Wischnowski: Update from our Executive Editor: 24/7 coverage, and a call for support
Tim Hartman: The upside of social distancing | Editorial Cartoon
John L. Micek: Former Glen Mills School will help deal with surge in COVID-19 patients, Pa.’s Scanlon says | Friday Morning Coffee
Daren Berringer: We’ve survived times of trial before and come out stronger. With COVID-19, we will again
Paul Muschick: Why Tom Wolf needs to reveal Pennsylvania businesses granted ‘life-sustaining’ waivers 
Ray E. Landis: Beware the COVID-19 scam artists
John A. Tures: 2020: The year of the coronavirus presidential campaign? 
John N. Mitchell: With COVID-19 pandemic, a chance to fix what the 9/11 attacks did not
Keith C. Burris: The efficacy of government
David M. Shribman: Return of the front porch campaign
Gene Therapy: In mid-national emergency, cable TV lets Trump moan on
Will Bunch: Dems can’t have the one thing they desperately need: A presidential do-over. Now what? 
I.W. Gregorio: Physician burnout existed before coronavirus. It’s about to get worse. | Expert
Zachary Goldberg: It’s time to rethink how you shop for food 
Cynthia Connolly, Patricia D’Antonio, and Julie A. Fairman: Coronavirus nursing shortage? Three ways to get more nurses — now. | Expert Opinion
Rob Tornoe: Coronavirus cartoon: Grocery store workers are on the front lines, too
Helen Ubiñas: He’s laid off. She’s sick in the house with their paralyzed son and wondering about paid leave. 
Maria Panaritis: During coronavirus, school districts must deliver online learning now. This isn’t optional 
Kevin Riordan: Front line workers open up about how coronavirus has impacted them
Signe Wilkinson: Political Cartoon: Coronavirus infects our unequal schools
Amal Cheema: An appeal to youth to face coronavirus with self-sacrifice, not selfishness
JD Mullane: Homeless wait for deliverance during coronavirus outbreak
Brian O’Neill: This pandemic needs a 7th-inning stretch
Ruth Ann Dailey: Spreading kindness

2 Responses

  1. PLCB Brazzell is ignorant. Tell us how many locations in PA outside State Stores can sell alcohol products? Where are they located? How many counties lack such outlets? Give us a map of PA with a few dots of the few store locations. Give the clerks masks and open the damn stores. I have never seen gobs of people in a State Store (or whatever cute names you give them these days).

  2. Moving the primary is advantage Matt Cartwright in PA 8th because now the Republicans will spend an entire month and half longer beating each other up and spending money rather than raising money to defeat the left in the general election. If the Republican Party were smart they’d all consolidate behind Granville who is way ahead of everyone else, is who R Leader McCarthy endorsed, and they’d tell all the others to drop out of the race for the sake of the seat. But Republicans always like to beat each other up and they will do it again and then keep the seat blue. Logic won’t prevail. Too many big egos.

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