June 16--HARRISBURG Despite the recent convictions of eight ex-legislative leaders and a history of corruption since the Civil War, there is a code of honor among Pennsylvania legislators. Your word is your bond. It's critical to succeeding.
- Sunday, 16 June 2013 18:56
- By Brad Bumsted The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (MCT)
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- Sunday, 16 June 2013 18:51
- By Jacob Axelrad and Jon Schmitz Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (MCT)
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June 14--A $2 million state grant will pay for a better connection between Point State Park and the riverfront trail at the Monongahela Wharf, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced today.
- Sunday, 02 June 2013 10:25
- By Rick Wills The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (MCT)
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June 02--Until early May, state officials couldn't remember exactly when a bald eagle had been shot and killed in Pennsylvania.
Now, they're trying to track down information about the fatal shootings of two protected birds -- including one eagle shot in Butler County.
Local residents found the adult eagle dead May 5 in a Clay stream, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
- Sunday, 02 June 2013 10:21
- By Kate Giammarise Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (MCT)
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June 01--HARRISBURG -- An annual report on child abuse says Pennsylvania received more reports of suspected child abuse in 2012 than in any other year since the department began reporting such statistics in 1973.
- Sunday, 02 June 2013 10:16
- By Brad Bumsted and Timothy Puko The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (MCT)
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May 30--HARRISBURG -- A state lawmaker on Thursday acknowledged making "anonymous" and "fictitious" online posts attacking constituents who support shale-gas drilling in Washington County and apologized to two people for any "offensive or hurtful" actions.