These tax hikes will increase energy and phone bills by as much as several hundred dollars annually for millions of Pennsylvanians.
Contact your House member today and tell them to OPPOSE new and increased taxes on residential and commercial natural gas, electric and phone bills!
Government should operate within its means: evaluating the effectiveness of current programs; weeding out waste, fraud and abuse in spending; and investing wisely in worthy state-run programs that directly benefit taxpayers.
Our natural gas industry holds the promise of economic growth and job creation. Additional taxes hinder this opportunity and drive companies to states with friendlier tax climates that share our resources. We're fighting against proposed new taxes on the industry that would pay for more state spending.
A proposal to double Pennsylvania's minimum wage over several years is finding support on Pittsburgh City Council.
Pennsylvania has played a pivotal role in America's energy security since we discovered oil in Pennsylvania.
From the car window, the man from New Jersey can see why Pennsylvania is winning the war.
Higher taxes cost good-paying jobs and undermine the commonwealth's ability to attract the capital investment needed to grow our economy.
Pennsylvania has endured structural changes in the bedrock industries of our state's economy.
A new report out this week from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce argues the northeastern United States needs more natural gas pipelines.
In an April 2 editorial ("Markets will support new gas tax") The Times-Tribune continues its obsession with a massive energy tax increase that would cost good-paying Pennsylvania jobs, increase energy costs for consumers and severely undercut the state's economic competitiveness.
An editorial about the governor's proposed severance tax ("Markets will support new gas tax," April 2) overlooked an important fact: Pennsylvania already taxes the natural gas industry.
A year after Pennsylvania freed the six-pack, is it time to liberate the state's vodka and whiskey too?
It may - finally - be last call for Pennsylvania's archaic liquor laws.
Some legislators who voted for the new law that allows wine sales at places other than state liquor stores said they see it as a first step toward total liquor privatization in Pennsylvania.
Wine sales in Pennsylvania supermarkets and convenience stores are so 2016.
Dan White is a senior economist at Moody's Analytics in West Chester and an adviser on pensions to the National League of Cities
Unfunded liability puts retirees and taxpayers at risk
News that the state paid record amounts of overtime to its work force last year is troubling for more reason than one.
Pennsylvania taxpayers are facing $63.2 billion in pension debt.
In a shift that could ease the path to a budget deal, Gov. Wolf said Tuesday that he will no longer seek a hike in the state's personal income or sales tax to raise new revenue.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is backing off his proposal for an increase on sales or income taxes, and now says his budget priorities can be met without it.
Think Pennsylvania taxes should be fairer, more sensible?
Over the past year and a half, Pennsylvania's fiscal landscape has been marred by protracted budget battles, repeated credit downgrades and the threat of multi-billion dollar tax increases.