Get Daily Headlines in Your Inbox
blog advertising is good for you
- Republican End-Run Around DEP Drilling Regs Probably Doomed
- Wolf Vetoes Republicans’ End-Run Around DEP Drilling Regulations
- Why Can’t All Wawa’s Sell Beer?
- Republicans Not Backing Off on Undoing Environmental Policy Through the Fiscal Code
- Republicans Using Fiscal Code to Undermine DEP’s Authority to Regulate Oil and Gas Drilling
- National Politics
- Regional Politics
- State Politics
Monthly Archives: March 2012
I usually agree with Keegan Gibson’s analysis but this seems wrong to me: Jason Altmire. The Congressman is in the catbird seat. He can spend more of his cash defining Mark Critz than vice versa, since much of the new … More after the jump
John Morgan: For the second consecutive election campaign Tim Holden has a challenge from his left and, for the second consecutive time, he’s ducking debates. In 2010 Sheila Dow Ford was forced to debate an empty chair
That’s what Philly Councilman Jim Kenney thinks. I dunno. On the one hand he’s right that sitting elected officials have some real advantages over non-elected challengers.
Uh oh! Sounds like somebody’s used to saying a certain word in private company that wanted to sneak out of his mouth in public…
Worst Speaker ever! Just pass the damn Senate bill already. What, 22 Republican Senators crossing over to vote for the Senate bill isn’t enough cover for the nutters in the House GOP? The doomsday clock is ticking down on a … More after the jump
Randy LoBasso says the Republicans’ fracking bill tries to gag doctors from telling you whether you’re being poisoned by fracking chemicals: A new report on Act 13, the Pennsylvania Impact Fee, says that a little known provision would allow doctors … More after the jump
Jan Jarrett, formerly of PennFuture, has a blog that you should add to your RSS feed. Welcome to the blogosphere Jan!
Fascinating post from Brad Plumer on how the new EPA regulations for emissions from new power plants will pit coal and natural gas against each other in a more fundamental way: Here’s the problem: One day, utilities might figure out a cost-effective way … More after the jump
Who knew that a 30 second sound byte could generate so much backlash? Yesterday, Congressman Jason Altmire released a new attack ad against his Primary Election opponent, Congressman Mark Critz. In the ad, Altmire asserted that “Critz didn’t vote against … More after the jump