AG’s internal Sandusky review documents protected by attorney-client privilege

Wednesday, the Commonwealth Court issued an opinion in Bagwell v. Attorney General and held that documents requested by Ryan Bagwell related to the Office of Attorney General’s internal review of the Sandusky investigation are protected by the attorney-client privilege and attorney-work-product doctrine.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015/Author: Jason Gottesman
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In continued recall defiance, Senate advances more Corbett nominees

Five additional Corbett nominations made their way to the Senate floor Tuesday as Senate Republicans continued to advance the nominees despite a blanket recall of pending Corbett nominations made by Gov. Tom Wolf shortly after his inauguration.

Of the five nominees, four deal with education.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Governor says structural costs need to be addressed before revenue hikes will be considered

Discussing what his revenue plans would be if elected to a second term as Pennsylvania’s chief executive, Gov. Tom Corbett Monday said reducing structural costs in the state and public school employee pension systems and the selling of state-run liquor stores would have to be dealt with before new revenues would be considered.

Monday, October 27, 2014/Author: Jason Gottesman
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VIDEO: Corbett provides update on Ebola preparation in Pennsylvania

VIDEO: Corbett provides update on Ebola preparation in Pennsylvania

In a Friday morning press conference, Gov. Tom Corbett provided information on how the commonwealth is prepared for any potential confirmed cases of the Ebola virus. 

Friday, October 17, 2014/Author: Alanna Koll
Categories: Video

Despite $650 Million in Innovation Savings, April Revenue Collections Dim Budget Picture

Gov. Tom Corbett and several cabinet secretaries today announced nearly $650 million in savings from innovation in the three years since the administration took office.

“Today’s state government is much leaner and much more efficient,” said Secretary of Administration Kelly Powell Logan.

Following the event, however, questions from the media concerning worse-than-projected April revenue figures faced the governor.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014/Author: The PLS Reporter
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