State House Sound Bites

Capitol reporter Katie Meyer covers Pennsylvania politics and issues at the Pennsylvania state capitol.

State House Sound Bites: Episode 1

Written by Katie Meyer, Capitol Bureau Chief | Apr 14, 2017 6:31 PM

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes in Pennsylvania politics? In WITF's new podcast, "State House Sound Bites," Capitol Bureau Chief Katie Meyer takes you behind the headlines with in-depth conversations about the news of week, featuring a rotating panel of Capitol correspondents, lawmakers, and everyone else who has a hand in the policy that shapes the commonwealth.

Our first episode, recorded on April 6, features the Pittsburgh Post Gazette's Karen Langley, the Associated Press' Marc Levy, and the Allentown Morning Call's Steve Esack. Tune in to catch up on the House's most recent week in session, with discussion on an early GOP budget proposal, ongoing efforts to cut corrections and human services costs, and a slew of other bills brewing under the dome.

Check back every Friday for updates, and feel free to email and tweet comments and questions to or @katieemeyer4

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