With expenses outpacing income, Pennsylvania is one of eight states across the country running a deficit within its government operations, according to a recent analysis.
Like the football coach who blames game officials for his own bad decisions and lack of preparation, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is now blaming one of his state’s public utilities for the inevitable outcomes of his own bad decisions related to hydraulic fracturing and natural gas.
Lawsuit seeks return of ‘fair-share’ fees paid by Pennsylvania state workers who never joined unions
Seven current and former Pennsylvania state employees have filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to get back dues they claim they were forced to pay to a union that did not represent them.
Pennsylvania’s Republican U.S. senator filed a resolution in Washington last week seeking to keep a future president from meddling with an emerging industry in the state.
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It wasn’t that long ago that President Barack Obama highlighted the value of natural gas as a bridge to a clean energy future.
The Pennsylvania Senate unanimously approved a House bill Wednesday that eliminates an asset tax law that has been on the books since 1935.
How can the government collect more money? New Pennsylvania ruling to increase number of corporations being taxed
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue’s plan to dramatically increase the number of corporations being taxed has drawn reaction from lawmakers and think tanks.
State tax revenues in Pennsylvania amount to $38.4 billion, the fifth highest tally among the 50 states, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau.