An Inquirer editorial failed to account for unintended consequences of government-mandated wage increases, including a loss of jobs (“Pay the poor better wages,” March 21).
Month: March 2016
“Reality” being a relative term these days, it’s easy to understand how two developments this week are either being misconstrued in ignorance or misrepresented purposely:
I wanted to express my disappointment with Gov. Wolf’s severance tax proposal.
Schuylkill Transportation System is getting its own compressed natural gas filling station.
Rep. Mary Jo Daley’s recent opinion column about the governor’s proposed severance tax overlooked an important fact:
The Johnstown flood tax could be the poster child for why voters don’t trust politicians.
Wolf says the final budget is not balanced, but he will allow the measure to become law
Pennsylvania’s epic budget stalemate ended Wednesday when the Democratic governor backed off a recent veto threat, leaving just slivers of his once-ambitious agenda intact after nine months of partisan gridlock that threatened to shutter schools and forced layoffs at social service agencies.
The first shipment of ethane from Marcellus shale wells to be exported from Sunoco Logistics’ Marcus Hook terminal reached Norway on Wednesday.
While many people view choosing which wine to have with dinner a difficult choice, business owners often have their own menu to choose from when determining which license they need to offer beer, liquor or wine to customers.