PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 12/8 Edition

Rep. Kanjorski is shocked by the tax cut deal, Corbett named more top-level staffers, Gov. Rendell’s future is being discussed widely and Sen. Specter made good on his bet with Speaker Pelosi over the Phillies and Giants playoff matchup. Good Wednesday morning and welcome to the Buzz.

Today’s Headlines

Inquirer: Philadelphia lawmakers press White House for dredging funds

Times-Tribune: Kanjorski ‘shocked’ at tax cuts

Post-Gazette: Four named to incoming governor’s staff

Patriot-News: Gov.-Elect Tom Corbett inauguration details announced

Commonwealth Confidential: Rendell explores possible TV pundit career

Tribune-Review: Rendell not likely to pen best seller

Patriot-News: Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner questions whether the Turnpike Commission is trying to hide fare increases

AP: Judge weighs tossing Pa. House GOP corruption case

Daily News: State AG subpoenas six State Rep. Angel Cruz supporters

CBS Pittsburgh: Walmart interested in wine vending machines

Inquirer: Hatboro mayor vetoes anti-gay-bias measure

Patriot-News: Pearl Harbor remembrance held in State Capitol.

Wayne Independent: Sestak says ‘thanks’ and encourages continued involvement of supporters

The Hill: Specter: No bathroom breaks needed at pennant games

Today’s Opinions

Times-Tribune: One-sided ‘compromise’

John Baer: Injured state cop’s pain: bureaucracy

December 8th, 2010 | Posted in Front Page Stories | No Comments