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Our opinion: Flawed bills often fail

July 5, 2013

With all the post-game analysis of the political logjam that caused Gov. Tom Corbett’s agenda to crumble at the 11th hour, there is little talk of the substance of those three proposals that failed....

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warrentaxpayer

Jul-05-13 10:09 AM

Some good points made, all seem to go back to common sense. The only problem will being able to afford the workers at liquor store, the same problem appears with school district pensions, sooner or later they are going to tax themselves out of many jobs. The bridges and roads are not the problem if spread out over a longer period of time and not trying to tie the ridiculous costs for public transportation especially in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, that's the hard sell that the Republicans smartin' up to! Reality is a beautiful thing!

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Riggle

Jul-05-13 12:26 PM

The governor has his "thousand yard stare" set on his next adventure after giving the state public lands away to the gas drillers. He really has no plan that will work to better Pennsylvania. His first nickname fit him so well--"Landfill Tommy". Let's resolve to be a lot more careful when we vote for governor once again. As for Corbett right now--he can't leave fast enough for me.

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Brazil

Jul-05-13 7:37 PM

Actually public transportation is utilized to quite a large degree in Philly and Pittsburgh. Their buses are a tad fuller than the TAWC buses here in Warren County. I'm not saying I don't value local bus service but I think when people complain about big city transportation costs and stay silent about local usage and cost their comment has more to do with the color of those being transported.

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