While states are transitioning away from stay-at-home orders and returning to some sense of ordinary life, it appears that our hospitals and our healthcare workers will be grappling with this pandemic into the foreseeable future. Now more than ever it is important that medical professionals stay properly prepared for the unknown that may lie ahead. …
Our state’s economic growth hinges on supporting our natural gas industry – taxing it would only hamper our recovery efforts!
This year’s collected fees clock in at just over $200 million, more than 20% lower than last year’s record total of $252 million.
Leaders from Pennsylvania’s business, manufacturing, and health care industries are calling on the state to broaden liability protections to companies during the pandemic, saying without them economic growth will be hampered by an onslaught of lawsuits.
The COVID-19 pandemic brought forth an unparalleled time in our state’s history. As a commonwealth, we came together to slow the spread of this novel coronavirus.
Each day brings more evidence of the economic wrecking ball unleashed by the coronavirus. And as the country deals with the crisis, that wrecking ball continues to generate big holes in government budgets.
The Pennsylvania Chamber announced the launch of ‘Bringing PA Back’, a website that looks to help businesses safely reopen and help jumpstart the economy.
The PA Chamber of Business and Industry has launched a new website designed to help the keystone state get back on its feet.
A Pennsylvania business leader on Tuesday outlined a set of initiatives designed to safely re-open the business sector and jumpstart the coronavirus stalled state economy.
During Monday’s press conference in which Gov. Tom Wolf announced an extension of the stay-at-home order for Pennsylvanians until at least May 8 – while providing a glimmer of hope that limited parts of the business sector may finally come back to life soon – a question was asked regarding what would happen if a furloughed employee refused to return to work because he or she made more money on unemployment.