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Wednesday PA Capitol Digest NewsClips


— Weather State Agencies: State Offices in Harrisburg, Reading, Scranton, Pittsburgh will be closed today, Philadelphia State Office Buildings on a 3-hour delay due to weather- UpdatesDEP Offices Closures in Northeast, Pottsville, New Stanton, Cambria.

— Weather Other: Senate and House are also closed.  PA Courts will also be closed in Harrisburg, Philadelphia on a 2-hour delay.

— General Assembly: Senate is on a 12-hour call.  House is on a 6-hour call.  

— Gaming Board: 3rd Auction for mini-casino moved to Thursday

— Eagles Victory Parade: Thursday, Free Beer! Eagles Fans, What Could Go Wrong?

— Gerrymandering Response: Court deadline for having a new Congressional district map to the Governor Friday

— Fastnacht Day Feb. 13

AP: Effort To Redraw Congressional Maps Inches Ahead In Capitol

Thompson: Reluctant Legislature Settles In For Map-Making Cram Session

AP-Scolforo: PA Redistricting Decision Gives Democrats A Boost

Editorial: Switch To Merit Selection Of Judges

AP: Highlights Of Gov. Wolf’s 4th State Budget Proposal

AP: Text Of Gov. Wolf’s 2018 Budget Address

Gov. Wolf’s 2018-19 Budget Winners And Losers

Meyer: Wolf Unveils Moderate Budget Proposal, Republicans Says It’s A Mixed Bag

Thompson: Republicans Skittish On Spending Levels In Wolf’s Budget

Wolf Optimistic His Budget  Will Sail Through The Legislature

Esack: Gov. Wolf Seeks Nearly $33 Billion In Next Year’s Budget

Gov. Wolf’s Budget Wish List: More Money For Schools, More Money From Drillers

Common Ground Seen In Wolf Education Funding Boost

Wolf’s Education Budget Bolsters Workforce Development Programs

Job Seekers, Students Benefit From Wolf Budget Plan

State Universities See Increase, Pitt, State-Relateds Flat Funded Again

Wolf Emphasizes Education, But Scales Back Funding Ambitions

Murphy: Republicans Gubernatorial Candidates Criticize Wolf’s Budget

Northeast Legislators React To Wolf’s Budget Proposal

Erie-Area Legislators React To Wolf’s Budget Address

John Baer: What Wolf Was Really Thinking During His Budget Address

Micek: Wolf’s Budget Speech A Dry Run For 2018 Campaign

Editorial: New State Budget Features Wolf’s Greatest Hits

Editorial: Wolf’s Budget Secures Erie Schools Money

Weather Delays Third Mini-Casino Auction To Thursday

Auditor General: 1,200 Rape Kits Sit Untested

Editorial: Account For Medical Pot, Drivers

House Sends Caller ID Spoofing Bill To Senate

Credit Card Skimming Device Found On Pump At Duryea Gas Station

Editorial: Consequences Of Teen Sexting

Mercyhurst University Names New Provost

Glatfelter Paper Has Always Been At The Heart Of Spring Grove

The Feds

Dept. Of State Moves Congressional Nomination Petition Dates

Another Democrat Enters The Race For Meehan’s Congressional Seat

Liberal Groups Push Back On Republican Tactics In Murphy Special Election

Voter Registration Deadline Feb. 12 In Race To Replace Murphy

If Immigrants Pushed Out, Who Will Care For The Elderly?

Postal Service To Unveil Mister Rogers Stamp

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