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3/30 Morning Buzz

We have the exclusive on NEPA prosecutor Kathleen Granahan Kane who will announce a bid for Attorney General today. Pa2010 alum Dan Hirschhorn takes an early look at an Altmire v. Critz primary (advantage Critz). Casey’s in the hot seat over Planned Parenthood funding. And Corbett takes heat for his strict press conference rules.

March 30th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook | No Comments

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3/29 Morning Buzz

Today is the last day to submit suggestions for our Harrisburg Superlatives. Students pour into the Capitol to protest proposed cuts in higher education funding. And Senator Casey echoes Obama’s themes on Libya.

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3/28 Morning Buzz

Students and faculty of the state-affiliated schools arrive in Harrisburg today to protest budget cuts, Holden’s new Dem district could present primary problems, the DCCC targets Barletta, and Schwartz bests Pelosi.

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3/25 Morning Buzz

Reid gives Casey more slack to oppose the party. Dems and the GOP celebrate the 1-year anniversary of health care reform, each in their own way. Pat Toomey, Joe Sestak and Rick Santorum agree on Libya.

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3/24 Morning Buzz

Rendell rules out Commerce Sec, Weaver is out of County Exec race, Corbett creates some Marcellus wiggle room, and Dems & the GOP celebrate the one-year anniversary of the health care bill.

March 24th, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook | 1 Comment

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3/23 Morning Buzz

Dems recruit a challenger for Meehan, the NRCC slams Critz with robocalls, higher ed budget battles continue, Tarah Toohil may have a challenger, and Marc Scaringi pounds the pavement.

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3/22 Morning Buzz

PoliticsPA’s Harrisburg Superlatives, a wealthy self-funder looks at challenging Casey, the NRCC swings at former Rep. Murphy, and another angle of Corbett’s budget takes heat.

March 22nd, 2011 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Playbook | No Comments