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Monthly Archives: January 2012
John Micek points out that our Democratic leaders suck at politics:
Nice catch from Karen Langley:
Scott Detrow posts this chart from the US Energy Information Agency, showing growth projections for different kinds of domestic gas production. As you can see, Shale gas is expected to more than double its current share:
Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center recently launched a new series that’s worth your time, looking at how individuals have been coping with 5 years of brutal public service cuts.
If I were a Republican Party activist, I’d also be pretty ticked about the state Party endorsing Steve Welch.
Tim Darragh says that Tom Corbett’s administration has applied for federal funds to create the state health insurance exchange established by the Affordable Care Act:
In their first state-wide conference call of 2012, the Pennsylvania College Democrats announced some of their first initiatives geared toward building blue pride in Pennsylvania. The first big announcement was that the state chapter convention will take place from March … More after the jump
Amy Worden has my favorite story of 2012 so far: After lifting a ban on porcupine hunting, the Pennsylvania Game Commission ran into a thorny problem: reports of a new black market for the rodents’ meat in Southeast Asia. Intelligence reports … More after the jump
Philly Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds-Brown is making sense:
Bad news for the Republicans’ “impact fee” on fracking: