Rotunda Ramblings - Episode 47: Remembering the Quecreek Mine Rescue with former DEP Sec. David Hess

This week, we talk to former DEP Secretary David Hess, who reflects on the Quecreek Mine Rescue as we approach the event's 15th anniversary.
Friday, July 21, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Tweets of the Week - July 17, 2017

Check out the week as described by Tweets from lawmakers, influencers, and other around Pennsylvania state government. 

Friday, July 21, 2017/Author: Kyle Maguire
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Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana program implementation remains on time, but applicants question license decisions

Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana program implementation remains on time, but applicants question license decisions

Pennsylvania’s timeline for implementation of the Commonwealth’s medical marijuana program remains on track, despite some outside of the government involved in the process noting concerns with how the program has gotten off the ground.

Thursday, July 20, 2017/Author: Kyle Maguire
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Legislation allowing PWSA to replace private lead water lines moves forward without defined funding

Legislation allowing PWSA to replace private lead water lines moves forward without defined funding

Pittsburgh City Council voted Wednesday to move ahead with a plan to replace the city’s privately owned lead water service lines without support from the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

Council voted 6 to 1 to move two bills along to a full vote on Tuesday to approve the bills’ final amendments. Councilwoman Darlene Harris (District 1) was the lone abstention, though Councilman Corey O’Connor stated he intended to abstain on the vote before leaving the council chamber prior to the vote. 

Thursday, July 20, 2017/Author: Iain Oldman
Categories: Pittsburgh
Republican leaders hold another revenue negotiation with no breakthrough in sight

Republican leaders hold another revenue negotiation with no breakthrough in sight

The Republican leaders from both the House and the Senate huddled behind closed doors for the second day in a row Wednesday trying to come up with a consensus plan that will balance the spending plan that has been law for just over a week.

 

Much like discussions that have taken place throughout the week, progress toward bridging the differences that have caused disagreement between the two majority caucuses was incremental, if progress was made at all.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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