Following WGAL’s Republican Governor Candidates Debate from 7-8 pm, Jeff Piccola, Partner at Boswell, Tintner, Piccola Attorneys at Law, and Jim Hoefler, professor of Political Science at Dickinson College, talk to us about the Race for Governor.
Secretary Cindy Dunn, from the Conservation and Natural Resources Department gives us insight into the DCNR budget, their plans for the summer and spring, and what they could do with more DCNR rangers patrolling state game lands and parks.
The opioid crisis remains a state emergency here in PA. Jennifer Smith, Secretary of the Drug and Alcohol Programs Department, talks to us about where people can get treatment, naloxone for overdoses, and what they’ve been doing to try and curb the epidemic.
Sen. Daylin Leach, D- Montgomery County, and member of the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee, talks to us about issues like gas pipelines, clean water, and a natural gas severance tax.
Property taxes remain an issue to many Pennsylvanians throughout the state as a way to maintain funding for schools. Sen. Mario Scavello, R- Monroe County, and Sen. Lisa Boscola, D- Northampton County, talk to us about how taxes would have to be shifted in order to eliminate or reduce property tax payments.
According to NBC6- WJAC, Pennsylvania ranks fifth in the nation for milk production, but dairy farmers currently face low prices for milk, an increase in production cost and a market where the supply outweighs the demand. This has led to what Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman has called a crisis in the dairy industry. PA […]
Republican candidates for Governor continue to talk about issues like right-to-work legislation, minimum wage, and pensions. Rick Bloomingdale, President of PA AFL-CIO, and Steve Catanese, President of SEIU Local 668, tell us their perspective on these matters, and why they’re important.
Following our coverage of a Republican Governor Candidate Forum, Jeff Coleman, Principal of Churchill Strategies, and John Micek, Editorial and Opinions Page Editor for PennLive and The Patriot-News, give us their perspectives on the candidates, and who they think stands up most to Governor Tom Wolf.
PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards talks about Pennsylvania’s roads, REAL ID, and construction projects. Also, a marked decline in the number of structurally deficient bridges in the state is due in part to the increased revenue from a phased in 27-cent increase in the gas tax that has been in place since 2017.
Kevin Shivers, PA Executive State Director of the National Federation of Independent Businesses, and Marc Stier, Director of the PA Budget and Policy Center, come on our program to talk about taxes, minimum wage, pensions, and a natural gas severance tax.