A new start for two troubled Harrisburg offices

All eyes no doubt will be on Washington today as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.

But there are a couple of key new faces taking over in Harrisburg as well.

Both Joe Torsella and Josh Shapiro are facing the problem of restoring the public's faith in their offices after they were rocked by scandal.

Shapiro is the new attorney general, trying to restore the luster scarred by the tempestuous reign of Kathleen Kane.

Likewise, Torsella, as the new state treasurer, is trying to wipe away the shadows of his predecessor, Rob McCord.

Both are off to impressive starts.

Torsella in particular this week did something a bit out of the ordinary for a Capitol inauguration day.

What did he do?

You can read the editorial here.