The state House may move on Majority Leader Mike Turzai's liquor privatization bill in the next couple days, while Democrats (with ties to unions fighting against it) are warning residents of rural counties would lose service under the proposal (as they have in Washington state).
The Supreme Court is set to decide on Obama's health care reform package soon. Obama is campaigning in Philadelphia tomorrow, and Mitt Romney may also be in the state this week.
UPDATE: A Romney bus tour will come through the state Saturday, but we don't know where as yet. From the campaign:Boston, MA – Mitt Romney will meet with America's families and business owners in small towns in six states as part of his "Every Town Counts" five-day bus tour. The "Every Town Counts" bus tour will begin in New Hampshire on June 15 and will continue on to small towns in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan.
"For three and a half years, President Obama has paid little attention to the everyday concerns of the American people," Mitt Romney said. "President Obama has offered no hope for the future, and he has left American families to bear the burden of his failed policies. Too many American families have experienced a lost job, faced foreclosure, or been forced to spend their kids' college savings just to make ends meet. These are not statistics – these are our fellow Americans. In America's small towns, you don't find despair -- you find boundless optimism. We know we can make America better, and that is why I am running for president."
Believe In America: Every Town Counts Bus Tour Outline
· Friday, June 15 – New Hampshire
· Saturday, June 16 – Pennsylvania
· Sunday, June 17 – Ohio
· Monday, June 18 – Wisconsin and Iowa
· Tuesday, June 19 – Michigan