HARRISBURG, June 5, 2019 — A statewide poll conducted in April concluded that 68 percent of those surveyed are not supportive of proposed legislative action that would increase Pennsylvanians’ electricity rates by at least $500 million every year.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 2, 2019
MANUFACTURERS LAUD HISTORIC PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT BY U.S. STEEL
PMA’s Taylor celebrates company’s commitment to southwestern Pennsylvania,
praises President Trump’s defense against predatory foreign trade practices
(Braddock, PA) – David N. Taylor, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association, issued the following statement from the Edgar Thomson Plant at the Mon Valley Works:
March 25, 2019 – HARRISBURG, PA - The Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association applauds the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on the passage of a package of bi-partisan legislation, #GoodJobs4PA (http://www.pahousegop.com/ctebills), aimed at filling the workforce gap crisis in our commonwealth.
February 28, 2019
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
200 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17020
Dear Lt. Gov. Fetterman,
As you undertake your statewide “listening tour” regarding the potential decriminalization of recreational marijuana use, I am compelled to share my concerns with you.
Please understand that this is not my personal opinion, which I decline to offer. Instead, these are the facts of life in the industry I represent.
February 19, 2019
Testimony before the:
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Labor & Industry Committee
Carl A. Marrara
Vice President, Government Affairs
Chairman Cox, Chairman Harkins, and esteemed members of the House Labor and Industry Committee, thank you for the opportunity to testify at this hearing on workforce development.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PMA RELEASES ECONOMIC STUDY URGING PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT TO ATTRACT POLYPROPYLENE MANUFACTURING
Harrisburg, PA – (January 15, 2019) The Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association (PMA) released an economic study to quantify the impact of a large polypropylene manufacturing facility expansion in Southeast Pennsylvania.
The following statement can be attributed to David N. Taylor, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association
October 2, 2018
Even after two decades in Harrisburg, the cynicism of some politicians can still surprise me.
Now that Pennsylvania’s primary season is over, the general election campaign is underway. Following the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s extraconstitutional rewrite of the congressional map, Pennsylvania’s new districts are problematic for the Republicans, who currently constitute the majority of the delegation. At the top of the ticket, both U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-Lackawanna) and Governor Tom Wolf (D-York) are seeking re-election.