Sunday, May 24, 2015

Morning Money: Taking a toll

It's mostly quiet in Pennsylvania in the days before New Year's, but Turnpike tolls are set to rise on Sunday.

Morning Money: Taking a toll

It's mostly quiet in Pennsylvania in the days before New Year's, but Turnpike tolls are set to rise on Sunday.

And hey, state unemployment fell to 7.8 percent in November. The national rate was 10 percent.

A federal judge is allowing a Trump lawsuit against the Gaming Control Board to proceed.

A judge pleaded guilty in connection with the Luzerne County judicial corruption probe.

And in a bad sign for the national economy, October housing prices fell in many cities.

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Every year, city government spends slightly more than $4 billion. Where does all that money come from? More importantly, where does it go? Are we getting the most bang for our tax buck? “It's Our Money” is a joint project between Philadelphia Daily News and WHYY, funded by the William Penn Foundation, designed to answer these questions.

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