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Published on Sep 25, 2012

Harrisburg - Sept. 25, 2012

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  1. 80

    PUC Chair Powelson: Too early to set expectations on restorations for 1.3 million PA outages

  2. 81

    Gov. Corbett Tuesday morning update on Sandy - snow, flooding, electric outages and falling trees

  3. 82

    Corbett: Pennsylvania dodged the worst of Sandy

  4. 83

    Full video: Gov. Tom Corbett gives update on Sandy - 6pm Monday

  5. 84

    Corbett: Interstate highways around Philly closed 7pm through 2am

  6. 85

    Corbett: Considerable flooding expected across PA; national guard on standby

  7. 86

    Gov. Tom Corbett details preparations for Hurricane Sandy

  8. 87

    Casey, Smith on federal budget cuts

  9. 88

    "The Great Pension Debate" - Rick Dreyfuss vs. Steve Herzenberg

  10. 89

    Casey, Smith on funding U.S. infrastructure improvements

  11. 90

    Sen. Casey speaks to reporters after Oct. 26 debate

  12. 91

    Debate Highlights: Boockvar vs. Fitzpatrick in the PA-8

  13. 92

    Casey comments on taking jobs overseas, China currency manipulation at meeting with union leaders

  14. 93

    Sen. Toomey takes questions at Pennsylvania Press Club

  15. 94

    Gov. Tom Corbett, legislative leaders announce first round of natural gas impact fee revenue

  16. 95

    Sen. Pat Toomey, small business owners say ending tax cuts would be bad for manufacturing

  17. 96

    U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey: Races in PA are "too close to call."

  18. 97

    Cawley, Corbett, Toomey react to death of former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter

  19. 98

    Gov. Corbett responds to voter ID decision

  20. 99

    Lawmakers hear IFO analysis of House Bill 1776

  21. Turnpike facing spiraling debt costs, Wagner warns

  22. 101

    Former Gov. Ed Rendell at the Pennsylvania Press Club

  23. 102

    Rendell: Public workers should make higher contributions to pensions

  24. 103

    Rendell: Worst-case election scenarios for Republicans and Democrats in Pennsylvania

  25. 104

    092112TomalisClassrooms

  26. 105

    092112TomalisDisciplinaryAction

  27. 106

    Tomalis: Teachers, administrators cheating on PSSA exams are "cheating kids"

  28. 107

    Sec. of Ed Tomalis: One in four PA students not at grade level in math or reading

  29. 108

    Senate candidate Tom Smith speaks to Pennsylvania Press Club

  30. 109

    Most small games of chance are illegal in Pennsylvania

  31. 110

    Legislators respond to Commonwealth Court ruling on Voter ID

  32. 111

    Gov. Tom Corbett on repealing family farm inheritance tax

  33. 112

    Gov. Tom Corbett a potential PA Medicaid expansion

  34. 113

    Rep. Frank Dermody on PA's voter ID law

  35. 114

    Rep. Frank Dermody on Harrisburg, local authority debt

  36. 115

    Protesters outside Secretary Carol Aichele's voter ID press conference

  37. 116

    Sen. Bob Casey takes questions at PA Press Club

  38. 117

    Gov. Tom Corbett signs expert testimony bill; takes questions

  39. 118

    Gov. Tom Corbett takes questions on 2012-13 budget

  40. 119

    Gov. Tom Corbett signs, comments on state budget for fiscal year 2012-13

  41. 120

    062812FrankelHealthCareSCOTUS

  42. 121

    Gov. Tom Corbett comments on Supreme Court health care ruling

  43. 122

    PA business professionals on the Affordable Care Act

  44. 123

    Gov. Tom Corbett takes questions on budget, Sandusky investigation and human services programs

  45. 124

    Corbett takes questions about plan to cut county-level human services by 10 percent

  46. 125

    Coalition of groups supports $1.65 billion tax credit for Shell facility in western Pennsylvania

  47. 126

    Gov. Tom Corbett, GOP leaders announce budget deal

  48. 127

    Gov. Tom Corbett takes questions about Shell cracker plant tax credit

  49. 128

    Mitt Romney at Cornwall Iron Furnace

  50. 129

    Gov. Tom Corbett press conference - June 12, 2012

  51. 130

    Gov. Tom Corbett on Unemployment Compensation Reform

  52. 131

    State Rep. Warren Kampf Introduces Pension Reform Legislation - June 12, 2012

  53. 132

    Gov. Tom Corbett press conference - Harrisburg, June 11, 2012

  54. 133

    Save Upper Darby Arts rally

  55. 134

    Democrats call for special session on transportation

  56. 135

    State Rep. Tony Payton, D-Philly, on Mitt Romney, healthcare and James Brown

  57. 136

    Rep. Lynda Culver on electronic campaign finance filings

  58. 137

    Sen. Jake Corman at the PA Press Club

  59. 138

    Sen. Jake Corman: "structural reform" needed on state pensions

  60. 139

    Gov. Corbett's already excited about this year's GridIron!

  61. 140

    Prison Reform in Pennsylvania: With Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel and others

  62. 141

    William Lynch - Harrisburg's new receiver

  63. 142

    Property tax rally in Harrisburg

  64. 143

    Corbett urges caution with higher-than-expected revenues

  65. 144

    Gov. Tom Corbett - Press conference 5/2/12

  66. 145

    Who is Cris Dush? The man who almost took down Speaker Sam Smith on primary day

  67. 146

    Corbett press conference - April 16, 2012

  68. 147

    Auditor General Jack Wagner on transportation funding issues

  69. 148

    Rick Santorum addresses PA Leadership Conference

  70. 149

    Rick Santorum's tax code plan

  71. 150

    SC Gov. Nikki Haley: I will not accept vice presidential nomination

  72. 151

    SC Gov. Nikki Haley on how Mitt Romney has changed in four years

  73. 152

    Sen. Pat Toomey at PA Leadership Conference

  74. 153

    Gov. Tom Corbett on PA ultrasound bill

  75. 154

    House Democrats oppose Voter ID Bill

  76. 155

    Gov. Tom Corbett signs Voter ID Bill

  77. 156

    Gov. Corbett on GOP Presidential race and Rick Santorum's lack of major endorsements

  78. 157

    Gov. Tom Corbett on Voter ID Bill - HB 934

  79. 158

    Corbett news conference - March 13, 2012

  80. 159

    Senate committee approves constitutional amendment blocking "Obamacare"

  81. 160

    Voter ID Debate

  82. 161

    Impact of the federal stimulus on Pennsylvania education budget

  83. 162

    Rep. Denlinger: Uncapping gas tax could increase prices 28 cents at the pump

  84. 163

    PennDOT Secretary: Bridges are getting older

  85. 164

    Democrats to Schoch: Tell Corbett to act on transportation

  86. 165

    DWP Secretary Alexander: New work requirements for recipients is "best anti-poverty measure"

  87. 166

    Welfare Secretary Alexander: "Our job is to preserve benefits for the truly poor and truly needy"

  88. 167

    Corman: Higher education already paid "fair share" of budget cuts

  89. 168

    Secretary Ron Tomalis, senators discuss merits of school district consolidation

  90. 169

    Lawmakers to pension funds: Why not a defined contribution plan?

  91. 170

    Corbett news conference - full (2/23/12)

  92. 171

    Revenue Secretary Dan Meuser on Corbett Administration's plans for corporate tax loopholes

  93. 172

    Revenue Secretary Dan Meuser on state's plan to collect online sales taxes this year

  94. 173

    Joe Conti on PLCB modernization efforts

  95. 174

    Insurance Department Commissioner Michael Consedine on implementation of health insurance exchanges

  96. 175

    Budget Secretary, Independent Fiscal Office Director comment on state's finances

  97. 176

    Zogby: Corbett committed to phase-out of capital stock and franchise tax

  98. 177

    Role of the Independent Fiscal Office

  99. 178

    Lawmakers call for RACP program reforms

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