Freshman Focus: Brett Miller (R-Lancaster)

Freshman Focus: Brett Miller (R-Lancaster)

Meet Brett Miller (R-Lancaster). He represents the 41st House District. Find out more about why he ran for office, his background as a township supervisor and school guidance counselor, and what he likes to do in his free time. 

Thursday, December 18, 2014/Author: Alanna Koll
VIDEO: DePasquale says the future of Cheyney University is in "dire, dire, dire straits"

VIDEO: DePasquale says the future of Cheyney University is in "dire, dire, dire straits"

During a press conference today, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale explained that the future of Cheyney University in Chester County is bleak and projected to worsen, unless action is taken at the state level to address escalating debt, falling revenues, and declining enrollments. 

Wednesday, December 17, 2014/Author: Alanna Koll
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Freshman Focus: Jamie Santora (R-Delaware)

Freshman Focus: Jamie Santora (R-Delaware)

Meet Jamie Santora (R-Delaware). He represents the 163rd House District. Learn why he ran for office and how he thinks his background will help him succeed in serving his constituents. 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014/Author: Alanna Koll

What happens when the Commonwealth runs out of money?

At his mid-year budget briefing earlier in December, Budget Sec. Charles Zogby noted tax anticipation notes—borrowing based upon the anticipation of greater tax revenue later in the year—might be used to fill slower revenue months.

However, not all state officials seemed convinced that the prospect of additional borrowing is necessarily the right thing to do, especially since the Commonwealth has already borrowed money to ensure the state’s bills are paid.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Legislation requiring mental illness training for police officers, district judges anticipated for next session

Over the past several months there has been an increase in public scrutiny of police officers and their interactions with those they serve, but for some in the Capitol improving those relations is not a new concept. 

The PLS Reporter spoke with Rep. Thomas Caltagirone (D-Berks) about his legislation to require municipal police officers to be trained in how to identify and deal with individuals with mental health issues and his plans to reintroduce it next session.

Monday, December 15, 2014/Author: Josh Levy
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