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HARRISBURG — Lawmakers, irked at the Department of State’s bungling of one proposed Constitutional amendment and angry that they feel the department crafted a skewed ballot question for another, are now moving to take over the tasks associated with publicizing proposed changes to the state Constitution.
HARRISBURG -- Republican legislative leaders in the General Assembly say the Wolf Administration has “slanted” a ballot question in a bid to sway voters to oppose a proposed Constitutional amendment that would allow lawmakers to terminate an emergency declaration after three weeks.
One of the top local stories of the year likely will become an even bigger one in 2020.
Liz and I were fortunate enough last week to spend five days in Watch Hill, Rhode Island, with friends.