GOP state party endorses Scott Wagner for governor, Jeff Bartos for Lt. Governor

GOP state party endorses Scott Wagner for governor, Jeff Bartos for Lt. Governor

The Pennsylvania state Republican Party held its annual winter meeting Saturday where they voted to endorse state Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) to be the party’s nominee for governor and Montgomery County businessman Jeff Bartos in the race for Lt. Governor.

Saturday, February 10, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Senators plan to introduce bill to limit Pennsylvania's regulations

Senators plan to introduce bill to limit Pennsylvania's regulations

Senators Scott Wagner (R-York), John DiSanto (R-Dauphin) and Michele Brooks (R-Mercer) will soon introduce a bill to limit regulations in Pennsylvania, known as the “Red Tape Reduction Act.”

Friday, February 2, 2018/Author: Taylor Allen
Gubernatorial candidate Paul Mango featured at Press Club luncheon

Gubernatorial candidate Paul Mango featured at Press Club luncheon

Republican candidate for governor Paul Mango spoke at the first Press Club luncheon of 2018 on Monday focusing on his campaign, his displeasure with Harrisburg and the state’s current leadership, and his policy goals should he win office.

Mango will be running in the currently four-way Republican primary on May 15 with hopes to face Gov. Tom Wolf in the November 6 General Election. 

Monday, January 22, 2018/Author: Andreas Dienner
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Lawmakers reboot municipal pension reform effort

Lawmakers reboot municipal pension reform effort

A renewed bipartisan effort to reform Pennsylvania’s beleaguered and fractured system of municipal pensions got underway Monday with an overview hearing held by the House and Senate Local Government committees.

Monday, January 22, 2018/Author: Taylor Allen
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UC funding bill heads to Wolf’s desk

UC funding bill heads to Wolf’s desk

In one of the last major pieces of legislation awaiting completion by the General Assembly prior to the end of 2017, the state Senate passed legislation aimed at providing an “exit ramp” for ending state funding of unemployment compensation system upgrades by a vote of 43-5.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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