Gov. Tom Wolf has placed a priority on supporting and growing Pennsylvania’s middle class and is looking to education, workforce development, labor and business leaders to develop a plan to do it.
Month: September 2017
Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry President and CEO Gene Barr has been selected by Gov. Tom Wolf to serve as one of four co-chairs for the governor’s Middle Class Task Force.
Pond Lehocky is the biggest player in town for workers’ compensation cases, targeting employees who get hurt on the job with TV ads and billboards that seem to loom on every stretch of Philadelphia’s highways.
Pennsylvania legislators looking to impose higher taxes on shale gas extraction under the guise of substantively closing the commonwealth’s multibillion-dollar budget shortfall should look elsewhere, say researchers at the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s decision to raise prices this week on hundreds of brands of wines and spirits is just the latest reminder of the need for lawmakers to privatize the State Stores.