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The police department’s budget was reduced to $727M from Mayor Jim Kenney’s original proposal of $760M, still the biggest department in the city.
In the COVID-19 era, the interim House Speaker is keeping his options open as the House and Senate move into a busy June.
Sudden economic downturns and U.S. responses to foreign attacks or threats triggered three of the five turbulent years prior to 2020. One year – 1968 – featured domestic social and political turmoil.
The regional Ozone Transport Commission voted 9-2 on June 3 to send Maryland’s petition to the EPA. Pennsylvania and Virginia voted no, while New York and Maine abstained.
The state Supreme Court will decide if Wolf must sign a resolution, passed by both the GOP-controlled House and Senate, to end his state of emergency for the coronavirus.
The 30-second ad called “Essential,” shows essential workers, such as first responders, food service workers and teachers, equipped with face shields, masks and gloves, going about their jobs in the midst of the pandemic.
If people are cynical about politics, this might have something to do with it. The revolving door between government and industry keeps spinning.
The three-fold changes to Wolf’s 2015 Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities in Commonwealth Procurement and in Pennsylvania’s Economy executive order are attempting to improve opportunities for minority, women, LGBTQ, veteran and disabled-owned businesses to compete for state government contracts, the administration said.
$100 million more than the revised spending plan Mayor Jim Kenney put out after the COVID-19 pandemic cratered the economy.