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About the PLS Rundown…
PCN and PLS have partnered together to bring you the PLS Rundown, a weekly look at the happenings at the state Capitol.
PLS is Pennsylvania’s premier internet-based legislative research and media service company that covers Pennsylvania state government, including the General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, all departments under the Governor’s jurisdiction, and many Boards and Commissions. They report on it all: every meeting, every public hearing, press conferences; all non-partisan, all in complete detail.
As a 24-hour a day, non-partisan cable network with a mission of helping Pennsylvanians follow their state government, PCN and PLS break down the issues, go in-depth on the hot button topics, and scratch beyond the surface on issues that matter to you.
You can watch the PLS Rundown on the Friday of every session week at 6pm, and Sunday afternoon at 4pm.
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(VIDEO) This week on the Rundown, topics include the implementation of transportation funding across the state, a possible rewrite of Pennsylvania’s Gaming Law and child protection legislation that is moving through the Senate.
(VIDEO) On this week’s episode, the PLS team discusses the passage of a transportation funding bill by the state House and Senate, the latest in Common Core Standards for Pa.’s education system, medical marijuana press conferences and much more. Watch tonight at 6pm, and Sunday at 4pm.
On this week’s episode, the legislative reporters of PLS will give updates about discussions surrounding transportation funding for the state, endangered species legislation, merit selection of judges legislation and much more. Watch at special times this week: Friday at 2pm and Monday at 10am.
(VIDEO) On this week’s episode, the PLS team discussed updates in state transportation funding, discussion on the Right-to-Know Law, small games of chance legislation and much more. Watch Friday at 6pm and Sunday at 4pm.
(VIDEO) In this week’s episode, the PLS team gives you the latest on property tax discussions at the Capitol, Gov. Corbett’s new health care plan, transportation funding and more from committee meetings and hearings. Watch Friday at 6pm and Sunday at 4pm.