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Guilty Plea Caps Steep Fall For Ex-Pennsylvania Treasurer McCord – CBS Local

CBS LocalGuilty Plea Caps Steep Fall For Ex-Pennsylvania Treasurer McCordCBS LocalHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Ex-Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord pleaded guilty Tuesday to two federal counts of attempted extortion, admitting that he tried to use his office's position to strong-arm state contractors into donating money to his failed ...Ex-Pennsylvania treasurer pleads guilty to campaign extortionReutersEx-Pennsylvania Treasurer McCord pleads guilty to attempted extortionPittsburgh Post GazetteGuilty plea caps steep fall for ex-Pennsylvania treasurerWashington Timesabc27all 52 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania, unlike most other states, retains oil and gas rigs – Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)

Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)Pennsylvania, unlike most other states, retains oil and gas rigsPittsburgh Business Times (blog)There were 54 rotary rigs in Pennsylvania last week, unchanged from the prior week but up one from a year ago. Most other states saw declines. Among those states is Texas, where the count dropped by 56 to 598 in Texas. In New Mexico, the count fell by ...and more » Continue reading

Shale industry irked by Pennsylvania tax proposal – UPI.com

UPI.comShale industry irked by Pennsylvania tax proposalUPI.com"Make no mistake, adding a 5 percent tax to any business sector – including the energy industry – is going to reduce capital spending and hit the supply chain, especially Pennsylvania-based small and mid-sized businesses," coalition president David ...Pennsylvania governor proposes new tax on natural gas extractionReutersEDITORIAL: Wolf plan for extraction tax on Pennsylvania shale gas is a good startlehighvalleylive.comPennsylvania Governor Wolf Proposes Education Reinvestment Plan Featuring ...PR Newswire (press release)PGH City Paper (blog) -Philadelphia Business Journalall 167 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania governor proposes new tax on natural gas extraction – Reuters

ReutersPennsylvania governor proposes new tax on natural gas extractionReutersWith its rich Marcellus shale formation, Pennsylvania's industry for natural gas extraction has boomed. It is now second in production behind only Texas, which, like all other major natural gas producing states, already has a severance tax on the value ...Pennsylvania governor to unveil natural gas severance tax proposalFuelFix (blog)Wolf to unveil shale tax plan at local schoolPhiladelphia Business JournalPennsylvania Governor Wolf Proposes Education Reinvestment Plan Featuring ...PR Newswire (press release)Bond Buyer -LancasterOnlineall 60 news articles » Continue reading

Boyfriend charged after Pa. college student found dead – CBS News

Business 2 CommunityBoyfriend charged after Pa. college student found deadCBS NewsMILLERSVILLE, Pa. - The boyfriend of a student found dead in a central Pennsylvania university dormitory room was covered in blood and performing CPR when campus police arrived, according to an arrest affidavit. Gregorio Orrostieta, 19, told officers ...Gregorio Orrostieta Arrested After Pennsylvania College Student Karlie Hall ...Business 2 CommunityBoyfriend charged with killing freshman found dead in dorm room at ...Minneapolis Star TribuneStudent found dead in Pennsylvania dorm; autopsy slatedSharonheraldall 180 news articles » Continue reading

Three Shot at Pennsylvania Mall, Gunman Escapes – NBCNews.com

Three Shot at Pennsylvania Mall, Gunman EscapesNBCNews.comThree people were shot inside a shopping mall near Pittsburgh Saturday after a gunman opened fire on one man and struck two bystanders as well, police said. The suspect escaped after the 7:33 p.m. shooting at Monroeville Mall, east of Pittsburgh, but ... Continue reading

Top 50 high schools in Pennsylvania ranked by SAT score – Philadelphia Business Journal

Philadelphia Business JournalTop 50 high schools in Pennsylvania ranked by SAT scorePhiladelphia Business JournalIn the top 50, there were some familiar faces like Central High School, Conestoga High School and Council Rock North. But there were also some newcomers like Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School, which is an entirely cyber-education program. Continue reading

Supporters promise ‘comprehensive, strictly regulated’ medical marijuana bill … – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh Post GazetteSupporters promise 'comprehensive, strictly regulated' medical marijuana bill ...Pittsburgh Post GazetteAdvocates for legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania are confident that a change in administration and in legislative attitudes will lead to a bill that is more complete and progressive than a watered-down measure that died last year. “It's ...Supporters optimistic about passage of medical marijuanaTribune-ReviewEditorial: Support legalized cannabis in PennsylvaniaPocono RecordPennsylvania Senators Leach And Folmer reintroduce medical cannabis ...Boyertown Berk Montgomery NewspapersPennsylvania Business Dailyall 41 news articles » Continue reading

Support surfaces for Pennsylvania medical marijuana bill – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Pittsburgh Post GazetteSupport surfaces for Pennsylvania medical marijuana billPittsburgh Post GazetteAdvocates for legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania are confident that a change in administration and in legislative attitudes will lead to a bill that is more complete and progressive than a watered-down measure that died last year. “It's ...Supporters optimistic about passage of medical marijuanaTribune-ReviewMedical Marijuana Bill Reintroduced in PennsylvaniaThe Daily ChronicPennsylvania lawmakers renew fight to legalize medical cannabisFOX43.comPocono Record -Pennsylvania Business Dailyall 37 news articles » Continue reading

‘Free’ wine kiosks cost Pennsylvania $300K in legal fees – Allentown Morning Call

Allentown Morning Call'Free' wine kiosks cost Pennsylvania $300K in legal feesAllentown Morning CallHARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has spent almost $300,000 defending a claim by a Montgomery County company that supplied the supermarket wine kiosks before it was aborted because the machines were unpopular, a newspaper ... Continue reading