Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) joins the podcast this week to talk about regulatory reform, rural broadband and the record number of women serving in the General Assembly. She also shares the best spots to visit in York County and her secret interest in archaeology. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
Andrew was off in Carbon County so Justin must lead the way in the latest episode of Right 2 Know. He performs marvelously, talking with Rep. Patty Kim (D-Dauphin) about the latest on talks to raise the minimum wage, the struggling Harrisburg School District and why technology is ruining us all. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
In this week's episode, Justin breaks down his reporting on lobbying over the controversial nuclear bailout bill. Also, the pair discuss what a vote on the Down syndrome abortion legislation might mean for Democratic caucus. And we save some time for ... arson dogs? Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
This week we talk with Brandon Flood, secretary of the Board of Pardons, on his personal background, as well as his plans to move the agency forward, criminal justice reform and even fashion tips. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play.
Andrew and Justin talk tax revenue, regulatory reform and abortion (with a smidgen of French language content mixed in). Meanwhile, Philadelphia correspondent Marco Cerino sits down with Philly mayor candidate and Sen. Anthony Williams about his campaign and the city's relationship with Harrisburg. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and Google Play (and, coming soon, iTunes!).
We catch up with Auditor General Eugene DePasquale to hear about what goes into producing 5,000 audits a year, the future of the PA Turnpike and his love of endurance racing, Star Wars and sports. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
Another busy week at the state Capitol and Justin Sweitzer and Andrew Bahl break it down on the latest edition of Right 2 Know. From Medicaid fraud to police reform to amphibians, we look back on the week that was in Harrisburg. Like what you hear? Subscribe to the podcast on Spotify and Google Play (and, coming soon, iTunes!).
No guest this week, but Justin Sweitzer and Andrew Bahl break down the week's news. We focus on the debate over altering the statute of limitations for child sex abuse (including exclusive quotes from Rep. Mark Rozzi), tackle a bill to boost the nuclear power industry and have a bit of fun.
In the inaugural episode of the Right 2 Know podcast, PLS Reporter journalists Andrew Bahl and Justin Sweitzer sit down with freshman Rep. Andrew Lewis (R-Dauphin) to talk about his busy start to his Harrisburg career, the potential for government reform and what his experience as an Army intelligence officer was like. Follow @thePLSReporter on Twitter for more news and analysis.
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