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Radio PA Roundtable – June 17-19, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, reactions to the massacre at an Orlando gay nightclub; a Senate hearing on the statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases; and the Philadelphia City Council votes to institute a “soda tax.”

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Radio PA Roundtable – June 10-12, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Governor Tom Wolf signs historic liquor legislation; fantasy sports could soon be regulated in Pennsylvania; the “It’s On Us” campaign is underway to combat campus sexual assaults; and we preview a Monday Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on legislation that addresses statutes of limitation in child sex abuse cases.

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Radio PA Roundtable – June 3-5, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, an in-depth interview with state Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s former spokesman Chuck Ardo. He was Kane’s 7th spokesperson since she took office in 2013. Ardo resigned last week.

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Radio PA Roundtable – May 27-30, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale outlines serious deficiencies involving the state’s child abuse hotline; school districts get their long-awaited funding formula change, but many are still unhappy; and Governor Tom Wolf lets us know if public pension reform is still part of the state budget talks in Harrisburg.

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Radio PA Roundtable – May 13-15, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania has conducted a survey that puts numbers on the pain caused by the long state budget impasse; local cops may be one step closer to being able to use radar for speed enforcement; and Radio PA’s Rachel McDevitt goes behind the fences at the state prison at Benner (Centre County) to learn more about the treatment for Pennsylvania’s mentally ill inmates.

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Radio PA Roundtable – April 15-17, 2016

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, a medical marijuana bill now sits on Governor Tom Wolf’s desk; a state lawmaker takes on distracted driving; and lawmakers want to make it easier on schools during a state budget impasse, but is their effort really a veiled attempt to make it easier on them when they don’t do their jobs?

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