Gettysburg National Park Rangers John Hoptak and Barbara Sanders, come on our program to take your calls about the Battle of Gettysburg, the Gettysburg Address, and educational programs that are available at the park.
Buck season is right around the corner, starting the Monday after Thanksgiving. Bryan Burhans, Executive Director of the PA Game Commission, talks to us about his expectations for this year, and what hunting has been like so far this season. Also discussed were bear season, pheasant stocking and chronic wasting disease.
According to the Pocono Record, a PA Supreme Court ruling could change the landscape of 2018 congressional elections in Pennsylvania after it ordered a gerrymandering case against state legislative leaders must be decided by the end of the year. Sen. Andy Dinniman, D- Chester, and Suzanne Almeida, Executive Director of the PA League of Women Voters, […]
Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman and Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa come on our program to talk about what the Senate has left to accomplish this session, and issues like gambling and a natural gas severance tax. Property taxes, borrowing against Tobacco Settlement Fund revenue and changes to the Public School Code were also discussed.
A ballot question on the 2017 ticket asked PA residents if they would like to see a reduction or elimination of property taxes in the state, with a majority voting “Yes” on the measure. Sen. Mike Folmer, R- Lebanon, and Sen. Lisa Boscola, D- Lehigh, talk to us about the proposals they’ve co-sponsored, and where […]
A natural gas severance tax bill is in the PA House and could be voted on in upcoming session days. Stephanie Catarino Wissman, Executive Director for American Petroleum Institute of PA, and Matt Stepp, Vice President & Chief of Staff at PennFuture, talk about the tax and the state of the natural gas industry.
Charlie Gerow, CEO of Quantum Communications, and Mark Singel, President of The Winter Group, talk to us about the results of the election, how the Governor’s race is shaping up, and what’s left for the legislature to tackle before their winter break.
A natural gas severance tax bill is sitting in the PA House after being maneuvered through different committees to get to the floor. Rep. Eli Evankovich, R-Westmoreland, and Rep. Matthew Bradford, D-Montgomery, tell us what their thoughts are on the bill, and what it could mean for Pennsylvanians.
Rep. Stephen Bloom, R-Cumberland, and Rep. Pete Schweyer, D-Lehigh, talk to us about the recently passed budget, and what remains on the PA House calendar, property tax referendum on next week’s ballot, Marcellus Shale extraction tax and the Public School Code.
A natural gas severance tax bill has been tabled in the PA House and could come up for a vote at any time. Marc Stier, Executive Director of the PA Budget & Policy Center, and Elizabeth Stelle, Director of Policy Analysis at the Commonwealth Foundation, give us their take on the bill and what it […]