Republicans who control Pennsylvania’s Senate are preparing an alternative to Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposal for a multibillion-dollar capital plan, funding it by allowing more natural gas drilling in state-owned forests rather than by taxing natural gas production.
Month: May 2019
Yogi Berra once famously stated, “It’s like deja vu all over again.”
Pennsylvania’s economy is humming – more of us are working than ever before and tax revenues are coming in well beyond expectations, according to the Department of Revenue.
Sales of soda and other sweetened beverages have declined by 51 percent at chain stores in Philadelphia since the city’s controversial tax on beverages took effect in 2017, according to a study released Tuesday, one week before city primary elections in which the tax is a key issue.
Natural gas is revitalizing Wyoming County.