With the budget deadline over due by several months, we’re joined by Rep. Kristin Phillips Hill, R-York, and Rep. Mike Carroll, D-Luzerne. They talk about how they think the general assembly should pay for the budget.
Paul Lalley is running for one of two vacancies on Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court that will appear on the ballot in November. Currently, he’s a lawyer that works on labor and employment issues for municipal and public school clients. He earned his law degree in 1996, and was law clerk for PA Supreme Court Justice Sandra […]
Wade Kagarise says the four vacancies on Pennsylvania’s Superior Court is a “rare occurrence” that will cause “a generational, cultural, and geographical shift” on the court. Right now, he’s a judge on the Blair County Court of Common Pleas, a former district attorney, and an adjunct professor at Saint Francis University.
PA’s spending plan is still unresolved as we enter October. Kevin Harley, Managing Director of Quantumm Communications, and John Milliron, Founder and Partner of Milliron & Goodman Government Relations, talk about where they think the legislature’s priorities should be for this budget, and how to fund their plans.
Pennsylvania’s state budget is months past due with respect to a way to pay for it. Matthew Brouillette, President and CEO of the Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs, says this inaction is against the law. He wants the courts to compel state officials to comply with the state constitution. Mr. Brouillette, along with a state […]