Pennsylvanians last year embraced their new ability to have wine from across the country shipped directly to their homes.
Month: January 2017
Lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf are eyeing a new tax on Pennsylvania’s shale gas industry as one way to address a $600 million-and-growing revenue shortfall–although any such proposal faces strong lobbying interests.
A state lawmaker who has repeatedly advocated increasing the state’s minimum wage unveiled a plan Tuesday for phasing in an increase over the next six years.
This past fall, I had the great opportunity to attend an event at Penn State where I heard from several students who are taking part in an exciting new entrepreneurial program – one that has grown by leaps and bounds in the little more than two years since its founding.
A Jan. 15 column (“Put Methane in its Place, Not the Atmosphere” by Brian O’Neill) calls for more unnecessary regulations that would increase costs, stunt Pennsylvania’s job growth and thwart any manufacturing renaissance while producing no real benefits.
Supervisors of a western Pennsylvania township have granted a conditional use permit for a $6 billion petrochemical, or ethane cracker, plant proposed by Shell Chemicals.
New law will allow Pennsylvania beer stores to sell six-packs, singles, growlers starting Tuesday.
In his recent oped (The rich can take the hit – to fix the budget, they should pay their fair share), Marc Stier offers a short-sighted remedy for Pennsylvania’s fiscal woes – just tax businesses more.
Williams Partners LP on Tuesday said its Atlantic Sunrise pipeline expansion has received environmental approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
We hear a lot about large companies in the news, but small business is the engine of the U.S. economy. America is home to more than 28 million small businesses that employ 57 million workers. And when you add owners and employees together, that’s a community of roughly 85 million hardworking Americans dependent on the …