Capitol Rotunda 1,250 lights brighter as the Wolfs light this year's Christmas tree

Capitol Rotunda 1,250 lights brighter as the Wolfs light this year's Christmas tree

Gov. Tom Wolf and his wife Frances joined DGS Sec. Curtis Topper and other dignitaries at the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Capitol's Main Rotunda to light the 22-foot tall Douglas Fir.

Friday, December 8, 2017/Author: Kara Barmoy
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Following Auditor General’s report, calls mount to end state control of Philadelphia Parking Authority

Following Auditor General’s report, calls mount to end state control of Philadelphia Parking Authority

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale recently issued a scorching report of the management of the Philadelphia Parking Authority by its oversight board that he said allowed for an unchecked, irresponsible executive director and practices that led to the School District of Philadelphia missing out on nearly $78 million in funds from uncollected parking fines.

Friday, December 8, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
Wolf offers new state grant rules in response to Democratic convention audit

Wolf offers new state grant rules in response to Democratic convention audit

Gov. Tom Wolf this week announced new rules for spending state grants in light of an audit that showed little accountability for the spending of public money.
Thursday, December 7, 2017/Author: Stephen Caruso
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Legislative package aimed at reforming state budget process clears House committee

Legislative package aimed at reforming state budget process clears House committee

A six-bill legislative package that seeks to reform the state budgeting process made its way out of the House Appropriations Committee Tuesday afternoon along a party-line vote.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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House cranks through amendment process on so-called “paycheck protection” bill

House cranks through amendment process on so-called “paycheck protection” bill

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives Tuesday used the bulk of its session day to crank through nearly three dozen amendments—many of which drew significant debate—filed to so-called “paycheck protection” legislation.

 

The underlying legislation, Senate Bill 166 sponsored by Sen. John Eichelberger (R-Blair), would disallow the automatic collection of political action committee money from a unionized public employee’s paycheck, but allow the automatic collection of dues money potentially earmarked for political advocacy purposes.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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