Wine sales in Pennsylvania supermarkets and convenience stores are so 2016.
Month: February 2017
Within the marble and gold-leaf trim of the majestic state Capitol, the first day of budget hearings Monday offered up polite back and forths.
Two weeks after Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled a $32.3 billion spending plan leaning on austerity measures and corporate tax increases, lawmakers used a budget hearing Tuesday to question whether Wolf’s math will add up.
Despite a lot of political rhetoric and public demonstration, the basic federal minimum wage remains where it was set in 2009: at $7.25 an hour.
Three weeks of state budget hearings kicked off Tuesday with legislators scrutinizing Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposals to enact a new tax on natural gas drilling and raise the minimum wage.
In the last five years, officials in bucolic Auburn Twp. used natural gas money to replace all the township’s public works trucks with brand new ones.
Could this be the year when Pennsylvania finally cuts the taxpayer-funded tether that taps political donations from government union workers’ paychecks?
During his recent 2017-18 state budget address, Gov. Tom Wolf proudly trumpeted the creation of 82,000 new jobs since he took the oath of office two years ago.
The privately owned liquor store.
Citizens to Protect PA Jobs exists to ensure that the Commonwealth has an economic climate that is conducive to job creation and a better quality of life for all Pennsylvania residents.