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Published: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:23:47 GMT


Baer: It's Rep. Rabb, Part II
Following Philly Rep. Chris Rabb through his first year in office is one way to look at the good and the bad in Harrisburg.

Baer: Tom Wolf's double dilemma
As Pennsylvania lawmakers prepare to hand Gov. Wolf a way to pay for new state spending, the governor faces tough decisions.

Baer: Harrisburg's pure political wind
Pennsylvania's ongoing budget mess is a good example of Orwellian insight.

Baer: Time to change Pa.'s symbols
Given the sorry state of the state, we need a new state bird, state dog and state insect.

Baer: Pa.'s predictable budget process
As state lawmakers get back to budget business, don't expect the unexpected.

Baer: Look! There's something good in the legislature
A first-of-its-kind effort to help kids with a parent in prison has bipartisan support in the Pa. legislature.

Baer: Meet Pennsylvania's voice of business
Lobbyist Gene Barr is the voice of business in the Keystone State. He's so in sync with the Harrisburg budget cycle that his June 30 birthday falls on the date of the annual budget deadline. John Baer talked with him about jobs and how PA can compete against the likes of Texas - and also discovered a soft spot for Civil War movies … and love stories.

Baer: The summer of our (political) discontent
In Washington and Harrisburg, pols are awash in disagreement that isn't serving the public good.

Baer: Could Pa. courts do what lawmakers won't?
A new state high court ruling could raise prospects for better government.

Baer: Pa. lawmakers are masters of the Puniverse
In Harrisburg, the budget process is sad and all too familiar.