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Radio PA Roundtable – December 2-4, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, the rhetoric over layoffs at the Unemployment Compensation call centers continues; debates over pipelines in PA; and Governor Tom Wolf talks about early voting as an option in Pennsylvania elections.

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Radio PA Roundtable – November 23-27, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Attorney General Bruce Beemer releases the report on the offensive email scandal; and Governor Tom Wolf talks about holiday layoffs at unemployment compensation centers and the election of Donald Trump.

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Radio PA Roundtable – November 18-20, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, a review of implementation of the historic liquor law changes enacted this year; pipeline safety is the focus of one of the last hearings of the 2015-2016 legislative session; and Radio PA’s Rachel McDevitt reports from a solemn ceremony to relocate the remains of three Civil War soldiers.

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Radio PA Roundtable – November 11-13, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, a statewide election recap featuring wins for Republicans in the presidential and U.S. Senate races and Democrats in the state row offices.

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Radio PA Roundtable – November 4-6, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, it’s a pre-election primer as we preview some of the key races on your ballot. Excerpts of this week’s show were taken from Radio PA’s 2-hour special “Battleground: Pennsylvania.” You can hear that entire program right here on PAMatters.com.

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Radio PA Roundtable – October 28-30, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, officials from Fayette County have concerns after devastating flooding in their region over the summer; veterans groups tell lawmakers about their needs in the coming years; and the state House of Representatives avoids one big vote in the stretch run of the legislative session.

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Radio PA Roundtable – October 21-23, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, professors and other faculty at the 14 state-owned universities hit the picket lines this week; and the Secretary of the Commonwealth comes to the defense of election credibility in Pennsylvania.

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Radio PA Roundtable – October 14-16, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, the final report is out on Childline – the state’s hotline for reporting child abuse and neglect; and this was National Fire Prevention Week…we speak with state Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay about the state of volunteer fire companies and other safety issues.

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Radio PA Roundtable – October 7-9, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, the countdown continues to an October 19th strike deadline for the faculty at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities; Governor Tom Wolf addresses Pennsylvania’s rising unemployment figures; and what’s with all the creepy clown sightings in Pennsylvania and other states?

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Radio PA Roundtable – September 30-October 2, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Governor Tom Wolf addresses a joint session of the state legislature on the opioid epidemic; a state lawmaker pushes for a first step toward protecting motorists from projectiles thrown from highway overpasses; and Governor Wolf was in our studio this week, talking about the potential strike by faculty at the 14 state-owned universities and efforts by the Pennsylvania State Police to prevent incidents like we’ve seen in Tulsa, Charlotte and other cities across the country.

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