An extremist policy advocated by many Democratic presidential candidates – banning fracking – would cripple Pennsylvania’s economy and leave hundreds of thousands of families destitute.
Month: February 2020
Pennsylvania’s Independent Fiscal Office says building up the state’s rainy day fund will help the government weather another economic recession – whenever it should come to pass.
I am writing to voice my opposition to Governor Wolf’s proposed new energy tax, a severance tax.
I am writing today because it concerns me when Gov. Tom Wolf talks about passing a severance tax on an industry that is vital to Pennsylvania and our national security.
As 2020-21 budget negotiations get underway, the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry is calling on state elected officials to continue the positive momentum from last year and focus on pro-growth policies that will improve the economy and increase private sector job opportunities across the Commonwealth.
As we enter this new decade, it’s worth acknowledging America’s energy progress over the past ten years, both economic and environmental, and the role Pennsylvania has played in the U.S. equation.