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.
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.
Members of the Workforce Command Center say there are five main points keeping people from working. They also gave 42 recommendations to overcome those barriers.
Pennsylvania finished 46th in a study by the Tax Foundation examining how well states have structured their corporate income tax systems in 2020.
Oil and gas industry, leaning on Pittsburgh region, punches back against fracking ban in messaging campaign
Allegheny County Councilman Sam DeMarco found himself on an unusually big stage Tuesday, where the likes of Bob Dylan, Kenny Chesney, The National and Meek Mill performed in the past year.
After traveling the Commonwealth selling RestorePA for months, the Governor is poised to ask for a severance tax to fund this program.
Pennsylvania has about 153,000 regulations on its books – a number, in the opinion of the head of a state Senate panel tackling red tape and bureaucracy, considered excessively high.
A ban on hydraulic fracturing would hit Pennsylvania’s economy hard, according to a study released Thursday by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
What would happen if hydraulic fracturing was banned? A U.S. Chamber of Commerce study says it would be costly to Pennsylvania in terms of jobs and the economy.
With expenses outpacing income, Pennsylvania is one of eight states across the country running a deficit within its government operations, according to a recent analysis.