(VIDEO) In “Keystone Tombstones: Volume Two” Joe Farrell and Joe Farley explore the cemeteries (and pubs) of Pennsylvania in search of interesting graves and stories about the interred. Those featured include Milton S. Hershey, Fred Rogers, and Saints Katharine Drexel and John Neumann.
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(VIDEO) An event with the PA Jewish Coalition.
(VIDEO) This week on Journalists Roundtable, discussion focuses on Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s rejection of the Camelot Global Services lottery privatization contract, and looks ahead to the start of budget hearings next week. Guests are Matt Belanger of WGAL 8 in Lancaster and Brad Bumsted of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
(VIDEO) PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced the “form and legality” determination regarding the Lottery Professional Management Agreement.
(VIDEO) Speakers were PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch; David Patti, President of PA Business Council; and US Rep. Bill Shuster, Chair of the US House Transportation Committee.
Panelists: Michael Kaczenski, Chairman of the PA Credit Union Association; Michael Wishnow, Senior Vice President Communications and Marketing of PA Credit Union Association; Matt Bergman, Teacher at Milton Hershey School; and Rob McCord, PA State Treasurer. View the program after the jump.
Governor Tom Corbett will discuss his proposed budget for higher education funding during a news conference on Friday. Corbett will be joined by leaders from the four state-related universities, Temple, Pitt, Penn State and Lincoln, as well as representatives of the PA State System of Higher Education and Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. Also participating will be Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis, Rob Wonderling, chairman of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Postsecondary Education, as well as state Sen. Jake Corman (R-Centre) and other lawmakers. View the program after the jump.
This week on the PLS Rundown, discussion focuses on the upcoming budget address by Gov. Tom Corbett, liquor privatization, and much more. View the program after the jump.
This week on Journalists Roundtable, we talk about the state’s pension situation. Pennsylvania currently has $41 billion in unfunded pension liabilities. Guests Eric Boehm of the PA Independent and Donald Gilliland of The Patriot-News in Harrisburg discuss what got us into our current scenario and where we can go from here. View the program after the jump.
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This week on the PLS Rundown, discussion focuses on lottery privatization, child sexual abuse legislation, gun rights and issues discussed in various committee hearings and rallies from the week. View the program after the jump.
This week on Journalists Roundtable, discussion focuses on lottery privatization, transportation funding, and liquor privatization. Guests are Pete DeCoursey of Capitolwire.com, Matt Paul of Radio PA, and Mary Wilson of PA Public Radio. View the program after the jump.
Guests included Gary Swan, Director of the Governmental Affairs and Communications Division of the PA Farm Bureau, Matthew Meals, Deputy Secretary with the PA Agriculture Department, and Casey Hall, Immediate Past President of PA FFA Organization. View the program after the jump.
Rep. Stan Saylor, House Majority Whip, and Rep. Frank Dermody, House Minority Leader, discussed privatization of the PA Lottery, transportation funding, the future of state pensions and other issues. View the program after the jump.