Christopher Borick of Muhlenberg College examines judicial results from the primary election, the 2018 race for governor, a proposal that would allow a gubernatorial candidate to pick their own running mate, and the state budget deadline.
The Primary Election is Tuesday, May 16. Our program will feature Maida Milone, Executive Director of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, Robert Morris, Chair of the Judicial Evaluation Commission for the PA Bar Association, and Terry Madonna, Director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs at Franklin & Marshall College. They talk about the judicial […]
On Monday, we have business leaders tell us about the impact of the budget on their industries. Gene Barr, President and CEO of the PA Chamber of Business and Industry, Kevin Shivers, Executive State Director for the PA National Federation of Independent Business, and Dave Taylor, President of the PA Manufacturer’s Association join us to […]
Paul Downs Furniture likes to say that they are a workshop, not a factory. They have been creating custom furniture since 1986. They specialize in large conference and boardroom tables, built to their client’s specifications, but they make other furniture as well. Paul Downs makes every piece from scratch, one at a time. They have completed thousands of pieces of […]
Historian Abdullah R. Muhammad examines a previously little-known and virtually untold aspect of Delaware’s history—the hidden role of Africans in the often brutal mercantile expansionism by European colonizers in the 17th century. Swedish and Finnish communities on the East Coast, called New Sweden, played a significant role in forming the foundation upon which Delaware was […]
Recorded 5-10-17 in Philadelphia. Topics include: credit for pre-sentence confinement relating to state and federal prison time, vehicular homicide penalty, license to carry firearms confidentiality, auto insurance contractor arbitration, trial date delay justification, and surviving spouse estate share when a marriage occurs after a will is executed.
Recorded 5-9-17 in Philadelphia. Topics include: corporate tax filing deadline, governor’s line item veto power in a Fiscal Code bill, attorney presence during medical exam relating to the discovery process, civil asset forfeiture, judicial discipline sanctions, and mandatory minimum sentences for and their application to prior offenses and current offenses.
A final Harrisburg Mayoral Townhall Debate is sponsored by ABC27 News. The debate will take place at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. The debate will be moderated by Mark Hall of ABC27 News and the event organizer Blake Lynch.
Journalists Roundtable is on the road at the Allentown Morning Call this week. As the primary election nears on May 18, incumbent Mayor Ed Pawlowski faces six opponents in the primary two years after an FBI raid raised ethical questions about pay-to-play in his administration. That story is the topic as well as other news breaking this week in Pennsylvania politics. This week’s guests are from the Allentown Morning Call: Bill White, Columnist; Emily Opilo, reporter; and Bob Orenstein, the Morning Call’s Town Square Opinion Page Content Editor. Our host is Brian Lockman.