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Republican legislative leaders want to have a budget deal to take to the governor by next week, well in advance of the June 30 deadline. Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R-Delaware, said that the plan he continued negotiating this morning with
Her departure sets up a soon-to-be-scheduled special election in the North Hills district, which is proposed to be relocated across the state in 2014...Orie, 50, of McCandless, was found guilty in March of misusing her legislative staff to do
A state budget for next year that would spend $500 million more than the governor's proposal passed the Senate on Wednesday, setting up weeks of give-and-take between the Corbett administration and Republican legislative leaders. The $27.65 billion
With the primary campaigning done, Pennsylvania lawmakers will return to the Capitol today with one main agenda item for the remainder of their spring session -- completing the state budget. There's a handful of other items also set to move forward
Peggy and Steve Snavely paused to greet the political contender and told him they were on his side. "We wish you were county executive," said Mr. Snavely, who owns a lumber business. Mr. Raja headed back to his waiting staffer, describing the couple
The state House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a measure this afternoon to decrease the state's debt limit for an economic development program...That program distributes grants for private economic development projects nominated by the
After several false starts, a top state House Republican is urging his fellow map drafters to call a meeting for next week to vote on new legislative district boundaries. Legislative leaders have been scrambling to revise the maps that the state
Not likely ... although some of his campaign's expenditures last year do raise some interesting questions. This week, City Paper 's Chris Young looks at some of the unusual expenditures made by the mayor's campaign, including country club dues and
Reporting from Washington The Virginia General Assembly has approved a watered-down version of a controversial bill requiring women to have an ultrasound before undergoing an abortion . The measure now goes to Gov. Bob McDonnell for his signature.
Privatization rumors have been swirling around the authority for more than a year. Council President Darlene Harris and Councilman Patrick Dowd, who is an authority member, asked South Side resident Darlene Williams Yanakos for her views on the issue.