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09/11/09 12:02am

City passes $3.8 billion budget

The Philadelphia City Council unanimously passed the city’s $3.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2010 on May 21, with key aspects of the budget awaiting approval from the state legislature.
09/09/09 1:21am

Amid state budget crisis, Vet School faces funding reductions

According to Vet School Dean Joan Hendricks, this year the school anticipates a cut ranging from 16 to 24 percent of its budget in fiscal year 2009. The school is currently preparing for a 24-percent cut, which would entail reducing its former $42-million budget by an estimated $11 million.
09/09/09 12:30am

Summer Recap | Pa. state budget has yet to be passed

After months of contentious debate, Pennsylvania is the only state that is still operating without a budget.
09/09/09 12:26am

Summer Recap | Obama hires more Penn profs, alums

Three more members of the Penn community were named to positions in the President's administration this summer.
09/04/09 1:43am

POLITICS | Meet the leaders of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia

The 2008 election may be over, but Pennsylvania is still the site of many interesting developments in the world of politics.
06/11/09 6:04pm

Brown's president criticizes new legislation

Ruth Simmons, the President of Brown University, wrote a letter to students last week expressing her opposition to legislation facing the Rhode Island state legislature that would allow cities and towns to levy taxes on colleges and universities.
06/11/09 6:01pm

Ex-professor named to Obama admin

Former adjunct law professor Ken Feinberg has been appointed by the Obama administration to oversee the compensation of executives at financial companies receiving government bailout money.
05/30/09 2:56am
Penn alumnus and governor of Utah Jon Huntsman Jr., was nominated by Obama as the United States ambassador to China, and Penn Law professor William Burke-White has been appointed to a policy position in the U.S. Department of State.
05/29/09 12:14am

Williams wins DA Democratic Primary

On May 19, former Philadelphia Inspector General Seth Williams won the Democratic primary for the upcoming Philadelphia District Attorney election, surpassing his four rivals with over 40 percent of the vote.