Coal: The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Candy: Law enforcement for the capture of Eric Frein.
Candy: Tom Wolf for proposing middle-class tax cuts.
Coal: Public officials for sending and storing pornographic e-mails.
Candy: Attorney General Kane for investigating pornographic e-mails.… Read the rest[...read more]
For the first time since high volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as nonconventional fracking, was developed, more Americans oppose it than support it.
According to a national survey conducted by the independent non-partisan Pew Research Center, 47 percent of… Read the rest[...read more]
By Andrew Staub | PA Independent
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf has already asked his transition team to sign a code of conduct prohibiting members from accepting gifts, and he plans to implement a similar ban for the executive branch… Read the rest[...read more]
Department of Health to Offer Free Potassium Iodide on Nov. 20 for Pennsylvanians who have Tablets Expiring in December 2014
The Department of Health will provide free potassium iodide, or KI, Thursday, Nov. 20, to Pennsylvanians who currently… Read the rest[...read more]
10. Ghost employee for the Marcellus Shale Coalition.
9. Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
8. Spokesman for the state lottery.
HARRISBURG—Three days before he blocked proposed animal cruelty legislation, Rep. Mike Turzai (R-McCandless), chair of Rules Committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, received a $3,000 campaign donation from the Flyers Victory Fund.
The Fund is the lobbying and campaign… Read the rest[...read more]
Checking in on the state of the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court isn’t for the weak of constitution these days.
That’s thanks to the stunning development from earlier this week, when the state Supreme Court suspended Justice Seamus McCaffery from his… Read the rest[...read more]
Having spent my early career working for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, I have thought long and hard about why, for decades now, one public official follows another when it comes to indictment, conviction and jail. Pennsylvania has a special… Read the rest[...read more]