Wolf Admits He Doesn’t Need To Raise Utility Bills On Pennsylvanians; Wants To Anyway

Wolf Admits He Doesn’t Need To Raise Utility Bills On Pennsylvanians; Wants To Anyway Agrees With Wagner That Commonwealth’s Checkbook Can Be Balanced Using Zero-Based Budgeting Techniques Yesterday, Governor Wolf did a radio interview with WESA where he acknowledged that a severance tax is not needed for him to fund all the initiatives he is proposing in this year’s…

Wagner Statement On Wolf Visit To Johnstown

Wagner Statement On Wolf Visit To Johnstown 2018 Republican gubernatorial nominee Scott Wagner today issued the following statement on Tom Wolf’s visit to Johnstown to “highlight economic progress”: “With Cambria County’s unemployment rate 40 percent higher than the national average, Tom Wolf should be ashamed to go to Johnstown, let alone pat himself on the…

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Scott Wagner On Governor Wolf’s Town Hall Debate Slate Refusal: “Why Doesn’t He Get In Front Of The People?”

Scott Wagner On Governor Wolf’s Town Hall Debate Slate Refusal: “Why Doesn’t He Get In Front Of The People?” Yesterday, 2018 gubernatorial nominee Scott Wagner challenged Governor Wolf to participate in a town hall-style debate in every county of the commonwealth. Wolf flatly refused to accept Wagner’s proposal. In an interview today on NewsTalk 103.7, Wagner criticized…

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“Wagner is a smart, tough guy – the Sgt. Rock of Pennsylvania politics – who will have the money and moxie to run a vigorous fall campaign.”

“Wagner is a smart, tough guy – the Sgt. Rock of Pennsylvania politics – who will have the money and moxie to run a vigorous fall campaign.” What They’re Saying About Scott Wagner As He Begins General Election Campaign City and State Pennsylvania’s Tom Ferrick: “Wagner is a smart, tough guy – the Sgt. Rock of Pennsylvania…

While President Trump Is Lowering Utility Bills For Pennsylvanians, Wolf Wants to Raise Them

While President Trump Is Lowering Utility Bills For Pennsylvanians, Wolf Wants to Raise Them  Thursday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that President Trump’s tax reform package is beginning to lower the energy bills of hardworking Pennsylvanians. “The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Thursday ordered a $320 million rate reduction for most of the state’s electric, gas and water utilities on July…