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Gov. Tom Wolf expects natural gas production to increase in Pennsylvania by this much

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Gov. Tom Wolf wants to cut the corporate net income tax rate by half

Gov. Tom Wolf wants to cut Pennsylvania’s corporate net income tax rate by half to make it one of the lowest in the country. He announced the proposal Wednesday, along with plans to eliminate the Capital Stock and Franchise Tax … Continue reading

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Gov. Tom Wolf announces his picks for two Supreme Court vacancies

News release, after the jump:

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Is the Office of Open Records a ‘quasi-judicial agency’?

Attorneys for Gov. Tom Wolf say no. Whether the Office of Open Records is ‘quasi-judicial’ is one of the issues in the dispute over Wolf’s firing of Erik Arneson as executive director of the office. Here is what the state attorney general’s … Continue reading

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Check out Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest campaign finance report

Here is Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest campaign finance report.   ShowReport (1) (PDF) ShowReport (1) (Text)

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Gov. Tom Wolf plans to fill vacancies on state Supreme Court

Gov. Tom Wolf said he plans to nominate two people to fill vacancies on the state Supreme Court, but he hasn’t decided who they will be. Wolf made the comments to reporters Wednesday in the Capitol. Senate Minority Leader Jay … Continue reading

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Mayor Kim Bracey says proposed constitutional change for charities could mean less money for York

York Mayor Kim Bracey said she is concerned that a proposed change to the state constitution, which would give the General Assembly the authority to say what qualifies as a purely public charity, could mean less revenue for the city. … Continue reading

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Gov.-elect Tom Wolf’s names the head of his inaugural committee

Here is the full news release about the leaders of Gov.-elect Tom Wolf’s inaugural committee.   Governor-Elect Tom Wolf Names Governor Ed Rendell Honorary Chair of Inaugural Committee; Mary Isenhour and Reid Walsh Co-Chairs of Inaugural Committee Rendell, Isenhour, and … Continue reading

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Gov.-elect Tom Wolf names transition team’s Medicaid adviser

Democratic Gov.-elect Tom Wolf today named Estelle Richman, a former state Department of Public Welfare secretary, as the Medicaid adviser for his transition team. Wolf wants to fully expand the state’s Medicaid system under the 2010 federal healthcare law, something … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania facing $1.85 billion shortfall for 2015-16 fiscal year, report says

The state is facing a $1.85 billion shortfall for the 2015-16 fiscal year, according to a report from the state’s Independent Fiscal Office. Matthew Knittel, director of the office, said in a news release Thursday that the big contributors to … Continue reading

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