PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 12/15 Edition
Gov. Rendell wants Democrats to go easy on Tom Corbett, Rep. Patrick Murphy’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal legislation will get an up or down vote and suburbanites are quite happy where they are and have no interest in living in the city of Philadelphia. Good Wednesday morning and welcome to the Buzz.
Madonna and Young’s Politically Uncorrected: Specter’s Legacy: A Work in Progress
State Sen. Daylin Leach’s Blog: PA Society Blues
Politico: Rep. Patrick Murphy’s Stand-Alone DADT bill set for vote later today
Tribune-Review: Western Pennsylvania officials, companies join call for Chinese currency reform
ICYMI… AP: Hazelton mayor who fought illegal immigration heads to DC to serve in Congress (h/t Capitol Ideas)
ABC Pittsburgh: Orie Lampooned Amid Demons in Exhibit From DA Unit (h/t Early Returns)
Washington Times: Superlobbyist Magliocchetti to be Sentenced (h/t Early Returns)
Tribune-Review: Pennsylvania lawmakers call for giving up legislative surplus
Inquirer: Corbett asked to probe Philadelphia School District Superintendent Ackerman’s no-bid contract
CBS Radio Pittsburgh: Will Pa. State Stores Go Private?
AP: Poll shows voters favor selling Pa. state stores
Newsworks: Gov. Rendell asks Democrats to go easy on Tom Corbett
Inquirer: Suburban poll: Philadelphia is a nice place to visit, but…
Times-Tribune: Pension law gift, not reform
John Baer: End of stimulus funding an opportunity?