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Please Support Senate Bill 166

George Washington famously stated, “Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” As government becomes larger and more powerful, President Washington’s insight becomes more critical. The inherent power of government should be recognized and treated as such; kept in check and harnessed. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that government remains truly neutral and impartial as it conducts the public’s business. That is why the passage of Senate Bill 166 is so imperative. 

Lowman Henry Remarks

Lowman Henry

Remarks by

Lowman Henry, Chairman

Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association

At the annual PMA Seminar

The Work Continues

“THE WORK CONTINUES”

Remarks by

David N. Taylor, President & CEO

Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association

At the annual PMA Seminar, December 2, 2017

 

The work continues.

FREDERICK W. ANTON III 1934-2017

It is with profound sorrow that the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association must announce the death of our patriarch and longtime leader Frederick W. Anton III, Chairman of PMA’s Board of Directors.

Timmons and Taylor: President’s Tax Plan Will Spur Economy in Pennsylvania and Across the Country

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Washington, D.C., October 11, 2017 – National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons and Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association (PMA) President David Taylor released the following joint statement on President Donald J. Trump’s tax reform rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania:

PMA's Testimony on Regulation Reform - House State Government Committee

Testimony before the

 HOUSE STATE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE

 June 20, 2017

 

 Speaker K. Leroy Irvis Building

The Capitol

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Testimony before the House Democratic Policy Committee

No matter what product is being made, manufacturers are taking raw materials or component parts and going through a multi-state process to yield a finished good.  In doing so, they are almost always deploying some kind of chemical process and consuming a large amount of energy. For some manufacturers, energy is their most expensive cost input, which is why manufacturers require available, affordable, and reliable energy. 

PMA Present at Trump Manufacturing Executive Order Signing

PMA’s David N. Taylor and Carl Marrara were present on April 29 for the signing of an executive order by President Trump establishing the Office of Trade and Manufacturing. He signed the order at Ames Companies’ wheelbarrow production facility while surrounded by Vice President Pence, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and Peter Navarro, who will lead the new trade office in addition to leading the newly established White House National Trade Council.

Manufacturers to President Trump: Thank You for Tackling Job-Crushing Regs!

NAM, PMA Launch Ad Campaign to Thank President Trump for Keeping Promises in First 100 Days

Pipeline Infrastructure in Pennsylvania: Connecting Energy to Jobs

Think About Energy panel to examine connecting infrastructure development to jobs and opportunities

HUNTINGDON, Pa. April 24, 2017 — ​On Wednesday, April 26, energy industry leaders will convene for a “Think About Energy: Connecting Energy to Jobs and Opportunities” panel discussion to examine the importance and impact of pipeline infrastructure build-out in Pennsylvania and the U.S.