The new Radio PA Roundtable is based on one simple idea: public affairs doesn’t have to be boring! Hosts Brad Christman and Matt Paul mix insightful analysis and commentary with the weekly headlines to provide you with the information you need to become a Capitol insider. Be one step ahead of your friends and colleagues by knowing what’s happening in your state government. Radio PA Roundtable is produced every Friday and is a winner of multiple awards for journalistic excellence, including honors from organizations including the Associated Press, The PA Association of Broadcasters, the National Association of State Radio Networks and many more.

Radio PA Roundtable – April 21-23, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro announces the break-up of a major organized crime ring that scammed PennDOT into issuing license plates, driver’s licenses and vehicle titles under false pretenses; should teachers be able to carry guns in the classroom?; and the state kicks off another amnesty program for delinquent taxpayers and businesses.

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Radio PA Roundtable – April 14-16, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack tries to explain away allegations that he and his wife are abusive to his state staff; and several state Senate committees hold a joint hearing in Berks County to hear the pros and cons of Governor Tom Wolf’s proposal to merge the state Departments of Health, Human Services, Aging and Drug & Alcohol Programs.

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Radio PA Roundtable – April 7-9, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, the battle lines over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court stretch from Washington D.C. to Pennsylvania. And just what does the state Department of General Services do?

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Radio PA Roundtable – March 31-April 2, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Governor Tom Wolf stops by the studio for his monthly taping of “Ask the Governor.” We talk budget issues, minimum wage, local gun laws and much more.

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Radio PA Roundtable – March 24-26, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Republicans are crying foul over a special election in Philadelphia; an update on efforts to help veterans in PA; and how soon could you be riding in a fully automated driverless car?

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Radio PA Roundtable – March 17-19, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Pennsylvania digs out from a late-winter storm that brought as much as 2 feet to some areas; and we bring you some more stories from state budget hearings, as some Wolf Administration officials are challenged by members of the House Appropriations Committee.

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Radio PA Roundtable – March 10-12, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Pennsylvania’s Auditor General tries to sell marijuana….as a tax resource; and state budget hearings wrap up with tough questions for the Budget Secretary and a bombshell in the State Police budget hearing before the House Appropriations Committee.

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Radio PA Roundtable – March 3-5, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Brad Bumsted is our special guest. Brad is Harrisburg Bureau Chief for “The Caucus” a new weekly publication featuring investigative journalism and other items of interest under the Capitol dome. We talk about the state budget process and the new publication.

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Radio PA Roundtable – February 24-26, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Governor Tom Wolf talks about his budget proposal; Terry Madonna from F&M College on how pollsters are trying to fix what went wrong in their November numbers; and state Senator Scott Wagner echoes his gubernatorial campaign themes from his seat on the state Senate Appropriations Committee.

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Radio PA Roundtable – February 17-19, 2017

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, could the State System of Higher Education close or merge some of the 14 state-owned universities? The Pennsylvania Game and Fish & Boat commissions are feeling the financial pinch of these difficult times in state government. And, part 2 of our interview with F&M College political analyst Dr. Terry Madonna focuses on Governor Tom Wolf’s proposal for a $25 per capita tax on townships and municipalities that rely solely on the Pennsylvania State Police for their law enforcement.

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