On Monday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito did not issue a stay of the PA Supreme Court decision that ordered PA's 18 Congressional districts to be redrawn. The PA Supreme Court ruled that the 2011 Congressional Redistricting Act is unconstitutional and said it would draw lines itself if it doesn't receive a plan from the General Assembly and governor by Feb. 15. The House State Government Committee reported the bill to the House floor Tuesday, but it still contains no descriptions of what new districts would look like. On Wednesday, the PA Supreme Court issued a 139-page-long order detailing its reasoning why the law is unconstitutional. Until this is sorted out, Congressional candidates running for election stand in limbo to see if they will still reside in the districts they have announced they are running for. In the state House, a constitutional amendment to change the number of House districts to 151 was amended to also change the size of the Senate to 38, but this is not the same measure that passed last session, so it would not be in position to go to voters for approval if it passes in its current form. On Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled his fourth budget, proposing an additional $1 billion in spending, focusing on education and job training funding. To discuss these topics and others are: Chris Comisac, Bureau Chief with Capitolwire; Steve Esack, Harrisburg Correspondent, Allentown Morning Call; and John Baer, Philadelphia Daily News Columnist. Our host is Brian Lockman.