Monday links

A few links for an otherwise slow (and possibly snowy?) Presidents’ Day:

Congressman John Murtha’s funeral will be held tomorrow in Johnstown. Former President Bill Clinton and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — who was just in Pennsylvania two weeks ago — will be among the mourners.

An I-80 tolling decision could be coming soon. (Or it might not be. Who knows at this point.)

The Tribune-Review’s Brad Bumsted takes a look at the Veon legal team’s aggressive defense strategy.

The Morning Call’s John Micek writes about some GOP grumbling.

And Joe the Plumber apparently still touches nerves across the country!

Finally, NBC’s Olympics website has just as much video – if not more – than it did during the ’08 Games. Prepare to waste many many hours on it over the next two weeks.


About pubradiopolitics
Scott covers state government and politics for Pennsylvania's public radio stations, including WITF in Harrisburg, WHYY in Philadelphia and WDUQ in Pittsburgh.

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