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PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 12/23 Edition

Check out our list of Pennsylvania’s rising political stars, we take a look at possible redistricting scenarios and Brian Nutt is not going to be Corbett’s Chief of Staff. In other news, the Philadelphia congressional delegation endorsed Mayor Nutter for re-election. Good Thursday morning and welcome to the Buzz.

PoliticsPA Reports

PoliticsPA’s List of Pennsylvania’s Rising Stars: 30 Under 30

PoliticsPA’s Guide to Possible Redistricting Scenairos

PoliticsPA: Turzai names Committee Chairman in the State House

Today’s Headlines

Early Returns: Nutt bows out as Corbett’s chief of staff

Bucks County Courier Times: Rep. Patrick Murphy says you can close the book of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Capitol Ideas: Corbett names new budget secretary

Times-News: G.T Thompson named chairman of Agriculture subcommittee

Fox Philadelphia: Auditor General probing wine kiosk snafu

Bucks County Courier Times: In Bucks, natural gas issue heating up for next year

Newsworks: Poll finds Pennsylvanians concerned over ‘fracking’

Tribune-Review: GOP Senators can see Orie files first, then DA

Commonwealth Confidential: Rep. Patrick Murphy sat in the back of the Senate chamber to watch Sen. Specter’s farewell speech

PhillyClout: State Sen. Wozniak again tries to cut city casino license

Patriot-News: Activist asks ethics commission to investigate e-mails sent by Cumberland County official

Times-Tribune: Scranton mayor Chris Doherty vetoes council budget and manning legislation

Tribune-Review: Commissioner threatens to shut down Westmoreland County government

Heard in City Hall: Philly Mayor Nutter ramping up re-election campaign

PhillyClout: Philadelphia Congressional Delegation endorses Nutter for mayor

ABC Philadelphia: Philadelphia Deputy Mayor Merlin struck by car in Center City

Inquirer: Report finds Pennsylvanians lacking in civic activity

Today’s Opinions

Patriot-News: Show your hand: Legislature should stay away and let gaming board make decisions

Inquirer: Former Philly Housing Authority chief Carl Greene was not thrifty

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