PCN Call-In Program
PCN’s Call-In program airs Monday through Wednesday evenings from 7 PM to 8PM. The hour-long interactive show allows PCN viewers to speak directly with government officials, newsmakers and other knowledgeable parties on current Commonwealth issues.
In order to allow as many different viewers as possible the opportunity to participate in the PCN Call-In Program, we ask that callers limit themselves to one call every 30 days. Thank you for your assistance in continuing to make the PCN Call-In Program a valuable service for all viewers.
PCN’s toll-free number – 1-877-PA6-5001 (1-877-726-5001)
Majority Whip, Rep. Stan Saylor and Minority Whip, Rep. Mike Hanna will discuss the current and upcoming agenda of the PA House of Representatives.
Over these past few months, many Pennsylvanians have been caught of guard by a significant spike in their electricity bill. Due to the increased number of complaints that these consumers are making to their utility companies, state Attorney General Kathleen Kane has announced that she will investigate why these increases are so alarming. Tanya McCloskey, the Acting PA Consumer Advocate and Terry Fitzpatrick, President and CEO of the Energy Association of Pennsylvania will be here to discuss this topic further.
Rick Bloomingdale, President of the PA AFL-CIO, David Fillman, Executive Director of AFSCME Council 13 and Mike Crossey, President of the Pennsylvania State Education Association will be here to discuss Gov. Tom Corbett’s proposed state budget and what it means for labor unions.
(VIDEO) With new polls from Franklin and Marshall College, Quinnipiac University and Harper Polling, Democratic Candidate for Governor Tom Wolf is looking like he is leading the pack with high poll numbers. Former Auditor General Jack Wagner has announced his bid, while the Central PA Minister, Max Myers has decided to quit his race for the state’s top position. Alan Novak, President of Novak Strategic Partners and Larry Ceisler, Principal of Ceisler Media and Issue Advocacy, will be here to discuss these topics and more regarding the 2014 race for governor.
(VIDEO) Gov. Tom Corbett has proposed level funding for the State System of Higher Education this fiscal year. But during his House and Senate Appropriation Committee hearings, Chancellor Frank Brogan asked the members for a four percent increase. Chancellor Brogan will discuss why he asked for more funding, and his future goals and plans for the State System of Higher Education.