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firstname.lastname@example.orgPennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett made several stops Wednesday in Franklin County, Pa., including the Manitowoc plant, where he saw finishing touches being put on cranes awaiting shipment around the globe. “Pennsylvania’s business partners are...
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email@example.comDoug Warnock was telling a first-person account of the events that unfolded at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, when the skies opened up and rain drenched downtown Chambersburg Sunday evening. Even so, hundreds sitting and standing in the square did not...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Franklin County, Pa., lawmaker who chairs the Pennsylvania Senate Game and Fisheries Committee said he expects to ask his fellow committee members to vote on lifting a 138-year ban on Sunday hunting in the state. While state Sen. Richard Alloway doesn'...
email@example.comFranklin County, Pa., lawmakers say they need more information about how the state would privatize its liquor stores before they decide if they could support the effort. Gov. Tom Corbett this week released a consultant’s report that found ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoundaries for Pennsylvania legislative and congressional districts could change dramatically in Franklin County in early 2012, lawmakers told Tuscarora Chamber of Commerce members Tuesday morning. U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., said he expects...
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email@example.comIt is against the law to use a cell phone while driving in Maryland, but it still is legal to pick up the devices and text once drivers cross the Mason-Dixon Line into Pennsylvania. Some of Pennsylvania's biggest cities ban texting while driving, but the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgState Sen. Richard Alloway, R-Franklin/Adams/York, announced this week he will seek re-election to the 33rd District. Alloway, 43, currently is in his first term in the Pennsylvania Senate. He said his top priority in another four-year term would be...
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Pennsylvania Ave.Presidential hopeful Rick Santorum may not live in Pennsylvania any more, but he still has friends here. Calling him the right man for the right time, 15 members of the 30-member Republican caucus in the state Senate have come out......
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Hope you had a restful and peaceful Memorial Day weekend. We're extending our vacation by just one more day. But we couldn't leave you without a quick digest of the Top Five Stories making news......
email@example.comCalling it a budget without "gimmicks," Franklin County, Pa., legislators praised Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed spending plan unveiled Tuesday for its fiscal restraint, while saying some of the cuts, notably those in education, will be painful across the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFranklin County, Pa., legislators say Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget address Tuesday will be different than those in recent years, in part because they expect public welfare and education funding won’t be considered as sacred. The budget address...
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State Sen. Richard Alloway and state Rep. Rob Kauffman have started the 2011 session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly by reintroducing their favored legislation that didn't pass in previous years. Alloway, R-Franklin/Adams/York, introduced a bill...
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