The Severance Tax Coalition recently sent Governor Wolf a letter expressing our opposition to the proposed tax on the natural gas industry. PMA is a member of this coalition. The letter can be viewed in its entirety here: http://www.pachamber.org/advocacy/priorities/energy_environmental/energy...
Carl Marrara's testimony presented to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Pennsylvania's Implementation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan. Carl is the Vice President, Government Affairs for the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association. Read the full testimony HERE.
There have been two major myths that have been perpetuated in the past several months. Below are the myths, and the real facts.
Myth: A billion dollars in education funding was cut by Republicans
Study: New severance tax would stifle job growth and economic benefits of Pennsylvania’s energy development
PMA's David Taylor provides an initial reaction to Governor Wolf's FY 2015-16 budget proposal.
Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association Statement on Economic Benefits of Mariner East Pipeline
Statewide Trade Group Welcomes Positive Economic News Documented by New Pipeline Study
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NEW POLL FINDS AMERICANS, PENNSYLVANIANS CONCERNED ABOUT PROPOSED EPA POWER PLANT REGULATIONS
Strongest Opposition Voiced in Hardest-Hit States
TESTIMONY OF DAVID N. TAYLOR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BEFORE THE HOUSE DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 LYCOMING COLLEGE, WILLIAMSPORT PA
Thanks very much to Chairman Sturla for inviting me to testify today, Rep. Mirabito for hosting, members of the committee for attending, and Executive Director Dawes and his staff for making this event possible.
STATEMENT BY THE PENNSYLVANIA MANUFACTURERS’ ASSOCIATION ON SECRETARY TOM WOLF’S TELEVISON COMMERCIAL “IT CAN WORK”
Letter to the Editor: Credit downgrade clear warning Pa. needs to act now on pension crisis
This week’s announcement that Moody’s has downgraded Pennsylvania’s credit rating shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone here in the Keystone State.
For months, financial analysts have been warning lawmakers that the commonwealth’s growing pension deficit was raising serious concerns about the state’s overall fiscal stability.