The General Assembly is again poised to deliver a common sense request from Pennsylvania’s businesses, health care providers, and others by passing a limited and specific liability shield against o
Conflicting worldviews in Harrisburg: do we help businesses rebound or keep kicking them when they’re down?
Two economic resurgence plans in Harrisburg couldn’t be more opposite in approach and effect.
The constant question dodging, “I’ll-get-back-to-you-on-that,” and blame-shifting answers by the Wolf Administration during the on-going budget hearings lends itself to a sketch comedy with a tragi
The rolling blackouts in Texas stemming from a freak-shot of bitter weather demonstrated the unreliability of boutique power, and, by mere chance, coincided with an important decision in Pennsylvan
Republican legislative leaders to a person denounced the tax increases and other assorted job-killing initiatives unveiled in Governor Wolf’s budget address last week.
On Wednesday, January 27, President Joe Biden announced a moratorium on new oil and gas leases on federal land.
“To take the measure of a governor, one must consider the public stage at that moment. When Dick Thornburgh came into office there was no honeymoon.
Newly elected Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland) says that she and her Republican colleagues will be in lockstep at the start of the new legislative session working to restore faith i
Those most harmed by the Wolf Administration’s “March to the Sea” regulatory campaign to destroy jobs in Pennsylvania’s energy industry have a two-month window to fight back.
Upon their post-election return to Harrisburg, the General Assembly can put up a unifying policy “win” by clearing the way for advanced recycling of waste plastics in Pennsylvania.
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