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The Pennsylvania Senate, carelessly hoping to remove state Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office, has unwittingly invoked an obscure and long-forgotten clause in the state’s constitution rooted in some of the darkest days in the commonwealth’s history.[...read more]
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“Folk Musician celebrates 40 years on the road”
Traditional American folk and Northeast Pa Coal Mine enthusiast Jay Smar, will celebrate 40 years as a full time musician this May.
Smar started his professional career in… Read the rest[...read more]
Summary of State Appropriations for Education 2015-2016 Fiscal Year
Group Proposes Solutions to Avoid Future Impasses
December 29, 2015
(Harrisburg) – Rock the Capital released a state by state comparison of budget data that includes the following:
- Target date for passing the budget.
State Ethics Commission Launches Full Investigation of Kathleen Kane’s Activities as They Relate to the State Ethics Act
A Nice Christmas Gift for Pennsylvania Citizens[...read more]
Preparing for the New Year
Welcome to the December 2015 edition of the Auditor Express, a periodic e-newsletter showcasing the ways the Department of the Auditor General is helping to improve government accountability, transparency, and the effective use of taxpayer… Read the rest[...read more]
Central-Pennsylvania based Capital Blue Cross, donated $100,000 to provide naloxone to area police officers in a continued effort to battle the heroin overdose epidemic in the Commonwealth. Capital’s President and CEO Gary St. Hilaire was joined by Pennsylvania Department of… Read the rest[...read more]
by Andrew Staub
Gov. Tom Wolf campaigned on a promise he’d be a “different kind of governor,” but his most recent nomination raised concerns that political patronage is afoot.
Wolf late Friday afternoon announced he had nominated Michael Newsome, a… Read the rest[...read more]