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Past articles by Tony:

Gov. Wolf On Storm: Limit Travel, Heed Warnings, Check Neighbors

During a press conference late Wednesday morning at Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency headquarters, Governor Wolf urged state residents to limit travel, take official warnings seriously, and check on neighbors – especially the elderly – during the storm. → Read More

Pennsylvania Lobbyist Bill Signed

Governor Tom Wolf has signed a bill intended to improve lobbyist disclosure in Pennsylvania. → Read More

Feds, State, Local Authorities Investigate Harrisburg Shooting Spree

The FBI has joined state and local authorities to investigate a shooting spree that began near Pennsylvania’s capitol complex late Friday afternoon. → Read More

Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ridge Released From Texas Hospital

Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge was released from a Texas hospital Tuesday, almost three weeks since suffering a heart attack. → Read More

Stack Announces Lt. Governor Re-Election Bid

Still hanging over Lt. Governor Stack, a Philadelphia Democrat, is the controversy over alleged verbal abuse of state employees. → Read More

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Send Gov. Wolf Borrowing, Gambling Bills

The question now is what Gov. Tom Wolf will do with them. → Read More

Eagles Players Lobby Pennsylvania Lawmakers On Criminal Justice Reform

Malcolm Jenkins, Torrey Smith and Chris Long met with lawmakers to support so-called “Clean Slate” legislation. → Read More

Taxes, Borrowing, Gaming At Heart Of PA Budget Impasse

A Sunday session of the state House was cancelled after majority Republicans failed to rally around Speaker Mike Turzai’s proposal. → Read More

PA Senate To Return This Week After House Strikes Out In Budget Effort

The state Senate is expected to return this coming week. → Read More

Pennsylvania Budget Revenue Talks Grind On

Another day, another layer of uncertainty Tuesday as talks on how to pay for Pennsylvania’s new budget plod along. → Read More

Revenue Negotiations Drag On At PA Capitol

The state Senate returned to session Monday but ended up with nothing to show for it. → Read More

PA Budget In Limbo As Monday Night Deadline For Revenue Plan Nears

Governor Wolf has expressed optimism in his public comments since the budget bill was passed June 30th. → Read More

PA To Create ‘Rare Disease Advisory Council’

Governor Wolf says the Rare Disease Advisory Council will serve the state legislature. → Read More

Day 7 And Counting With No PA Revenue Plan

The clock continues to run toward a Monday night deadline for Governor Wolf to act on a state budget passed a week ago. → Read More

Pennsylvania Turnpike Launches Toll Amnesty Program

If you owe back tolls and fees to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, now is the time to make good → Read More

Wolf Signs Bill Strengthening Penalties For Child Endangerment

Governor Wolf says the bill signed into law, allows courts to take into account the age of a child put in danger and the degree of harm. → Read More

PA Budget Passed; Revenue Deal Still Elusive

As expected, on Friday, the last day of the fiscal year, state lawmakers sent Governor Wolf a compromise budget, without a plan to pay for the spending. → Read More

Wolf Vetoes Bill To Prohibit Plastic Bag Bans

As promised, Governor Wolf has vetoed a bill that would prevent cities like Philadelphia and other municipalities from banning or taxing plastic bags. → Read More

PA Awards First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Permits

Pennsylvania health officials announced on Thursday the first 27 firms to get medical marijuana dispensary permits. → Read More

Wolf Signs ‘Stolen Valor’ Bill To Protect Veterans

The bill signed by Governor Wolf makes it a crime to impersonate a soldier, a veteran, or the recipient of a service medal or decoration. → Read More