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October 11th -- Last Day

Deadline Approaching: October 11th Last Day for Manufacturers to Submit Suggestions to U.S./Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council

The Regulatory Cooperation Council is an initiative between the U.S. and Canadian governments to align a number of regulations to increase trade, decrease costs to businesses, and improve choice for consumers. Manufacturers face real impacts when it comes to regulations, so you are invited to be an important part of the process.

Study: Global Warming Models Off by Wide Margins

Climate Explorer

An old adage says that to predict what someone is likely to do look at what they’ve done. The past record for climatologists and their global warming models isn’t so good. In fact, it’s downright awful.

John R. Christy, a climate scientist at the University of Alabama, recently reviewed 73 climate models going back to 1979. He said that the predictions of every single one over-stated warming.

Gabler Fights for Accountability in Government

State Rep. Matt Gabler (R-75) ran against the odds when in 2008, he entered the Republican primary as a write-in candidate for his home county House seat. Democrats have held the seat that includes part of Clearfield County and all of Elks County 48 out of the past 60 years.

“I didn’t like the way I saw things going with the spending under the Rendell Administration, and the incumbent’s (Democrat Dan Surra) voting was pretty much in lockstep with the spending and tax increases,” Gabler said.

Senator Vulakovich - A Conservative Who Loves to Fight for Change

Senator Vulakovich - A Conservative Who Loves to Fight for Change

Steve Bloom – Legislator, Author, and Patriot

Steve Bloom is as “free market” as they come. “No economic system in the history of the world has worked as well as the free market to bring people from poverty to prosperity and free them from oppression,” Bloom said in a recent interview with the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association.

Evankovich Grounded in the Basics

Evankovich

In 2010, Eli Evankovich left a job as a financial analyst with U.S. Steel to run for a state House district that, on paper, wasn’t likely to welcome his Republican registration. The 54th legislative district in Westmoreland and Armstrong counties is nearly two-to-one Democratic in registration and had voted that way for decades.

“I owed it to my three kids. I don’t like the direction the country is headed and I don’t like what it was going to mean to them down the road.”

Frederick W. Anton III to Appear On PA Newsmakers

This week’s Pennsylvania Newsmakers features a Business Roundtable discussion of the major issues confronting the state legislature, as well as Common Core standards. Joining host Terry Madonna are business leaders Fred Anton, CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, Gene Barr, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, and Dave Patti, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Business Council.

The Effects of Pennsylvania’s Capital Stock and Franchise Tax

The Effects of Pennsylvania’s Capital Stock and Franchise Tax

Reforms to PA's Corporate Tax Structure

CompetePA's statement on the best way to stimulate growth and job creation in the Commomwealth. Click here to read the release. 

Through a Caddie's Eyes

PMA’s President & CEO, Frederick W. Anton III, was profiled by author Michael Bamberger in an article published on June 10, 2013 in Sports Illustrated Golf. Through a Caddie’s Eyes is an examination of Mr. Anton’s love of the game and the rich history that he has experienced since he was a bag carrier at the Merion Golf Club in 1950. Click here to read the full story.