The Harrisburg Young Professionals along with the Hill Society at Hilton Harrisburg are sponsoring a Harrisburg Democratic Mayoral Debate at the Hilton Harrisburg. The event will be moderated by ABC27’s Dennis Owens.
The American Health Care Act was passed by the U.S. House on Thursday, May 4. Paula Bussard, Chief Strategy Officer of the Hospital & Healthsystem Association of PA, and Suzanne Stoltenberg, Communications Director of the PA National Federation of Independent Business, talk about what kind of an impact this bill could have on PA healthcare […]
Angela Couloumbis, State Government Affairs Reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer joins us to discuss the latest news on the PA Budget and issues like the investigation into Lt. Gov. Mike Stack. Later, we’re joined by Sen. John DiSanto, R- Dauphin, to talk about taking away lawmakers pensions when charged with a felony. Rep. Madeleine Dean, […]
Alex Halper, Director of Government Affairs for the PA Chamber of Business and Industry, and John Milliron, Founder and Partner at Milliron & Goodman Government Relations, join us to talk about the PA Budget and what issues will be most important when passing the budget through the House and Senate. Some expected topics include minimum […]
As a part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget address, he proposed that municipalities without a full-time paid police department pay a fee to cover the cost of the PA State Police to provide local police coverage. Rep. Mike Sturla, Democrat from Lancaster County, has sponsored legislation to bill the municipalities that rely on state police […]
Two months before the June 30th budget deadline, we are joined in our studio with Jeff Coleman, Founder & Principal of Churchill Strategies, and Pete Shelly, Partner at ShellyLyons Public Affairs & Communications.
Rep. Matt Gabler, Republican from Clearfield, and Rep. Matt Bradford, Democrat from Montgomery, give us their perspective on the budget process from the PA House. They have sent a version of the budget over to the Senate for review.
Kevin Harley, Managing Director of Quantum Communications, and Brittany Crampsie, Manger of Communications & Engagement at ShellyLyons Public Affairs & Communications, join our program to talk about the PA Budget and what they expect to be the major items the general assembly and Governor would like to see in the final product.
Katie Meyer, Capitol Bureau Chief for WITF-FM talk with us about what to expect from the state legislature in the coming weeks. Some of the anticipated topics include guns in schools, unemployment compensation call centers, and charter schools. Rep. Bryan Cutler, R- Lancaster talks to us about end of life legislation that he’s sponsoring. Sen. […]