February 16, 2011

Wednesday NewsClips

New Quinnipiac Poll Shows Public Doesn't Have Opinion On Corbett
Editorial: Super Bowl Trip Shows Weakness In Ethics Rules
Editorial: Just Because It's Legal Doesn't Make Super Bowl Trips Right
Habay Case Didn't Deter Orie Work, Staffers Say
At Orie Trial, Witnesses Testify Campaign Work Done On State Time
Editorial: No Time To End State Film Tax Incentive
House Speaker Seeks To Trim Chamber
Six Workers Dismissed Over Abortion Clinic
Abortion Clinic Scandal Fallout Costs 6 Jobs
6 State Employees Fired Or Resign Over Abortion Clinic
Corbett Announces Abortion Clinic Oversight Changes
Baer: Legislature Shows Disrespect For The Poor
College Group Rallies In Capital Over Money
Pittsburgh Promise Increases Tuition Award
CCAC Reissues Bids In Science Center Project
A College That's Pleased With Its Drop In Applicants
Sides In School Voucher Debate Are Forming
Op-Ed: Give Pittsburgh Students More Options With Vouchers
Blog: New Anti-Voucher Groups Emerge
County Commissioners Call For Mandate Relief
Groups Argue Over Lower Taxes, Less Regulatory Burden
Op-Ed: Passage Of Castle Doctrine Glorifies Shoot First Mentality
State's Manufactures Adapt, Study Finds
Winning The War On Fake Drugs
Lawmakers Want Corbett To Hold Up Funding For Barnes Move
Editorial: Santorum Among CPAC Losers
Harrisburg City Council Election Forum On Mayor Thompson
Harrisburg City Businesses Want Stability
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