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Capitol reporter Katie Meyer covers Pennsylvania politics and issues at the Pennsylvania state capitol.
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Episode 53: Election retrospective & medical marijuana transparency

Written by Katie Meyer | May 18, 2018 9:55 PM
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This week, Pennsylvania had an election.
If you're a person who noticed this happened, you may have also noticed that some of the outcomes were expected, others were not, and various partisans and pundits still seem pretty divided about whether Democrats can expect a proverbial "blue wave" come November.
Lots to take in! So, Steve Esack of the Morning Call and Wallace McKelvey of PennLive join us to talk through the various important threads still hanging loose post-primary, and preview what's likely to come in a very (very!) important election year.
Plus, some down-low changes took place in the commonwealth's medical marijuana program this week, and we unpack what it might mean for open records laws/general transparency statewide.

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