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Frederick W. Anton III to Appear On PA Newsmakers

This week’s Pennsylvania Newsmakers features a Business Roundtable discussion of the major issues confronting the state legislature, as well as Common Core standards. Joining host Terry Madonna are business leaders Fred Anton, CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, Gene Barr, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, and Dave Patti, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Business Council.

The Effects of Pennsylvania’s Capital Stock and Franchise Tax

The Effects of Pennsylvania’s Capital Stock and Franchise Tax

Reforms to PA's Corporate Tax Structure

CompetePA's statement on the best way to stimulate growth and job creation in the Commomwealth. Click here to read the release. 

Through a Caddie's Eyes

PMA’s President & CEO, Frederick W. Anton III, was profiled by author Michael Bamberger in an article published on June 10, 2013 in Sports Illustrated Golf. Through a Caddie’s Eyes is an examination of Mr. Anton’s love of the game and the rich history that he has experienced since he was a bag carrier at the Merion Golf Club in 1950. Click here to read the full story.

Strong Majority of PA Voters Want Liquor Privatization

Latest poll demonstrates continuing public support for getting Pennsylvania out of the booze business

Ballooning Federal Government Cited in Washington Scandals

Governor Corbett continually cautions that we must restrain spending and keep government focused on its core functions. This is a lesson often missed in Washington.

“There’s a direct correlation between government size and spending and infringement on rights,” said PMA Executive Director David N. Taylor. “That’s why Governor Corbett repeatedly mentions the need for keeping government powers under control.”

The IRS scandal is a symptom of a government whose spending and need for control is itself out of control.

COSTA’S BUSINESS TAX HIKE A JOB-KILLER FOR PENNSYLVANIA

After saying jobs are top priority, Senator then proposes making them more expensive to create

Main Street Does It Better, Part Two

A short video produced by the National Federation of Independent Business/Pennsylvania sizes the entire issue of liquor privatization up nicely, and should compel the Senate to send the bill to the Governor.  Consumers are fed up. Businesses are missing out on opportunities. Pennsylvania is losing tax revenue and jobs to other states. That should make for enough of a critical mass in a free market economy for Pennsylvania to join the modern world, and 48 other states, and privatize alcohol sales.

Open Letter to all PA Senators: Liquor Privatization Hearing on Social Impacts

To:         All PA Senators

From:     David N. Taylor, Executive Director
              Carl A. Marrara, Director of Government Affairs

 RE:        Open Letter to all PA Senators: Liquor Privatization Hearing on Social Impacts

Conservatives Embrace Governor Corbett at Their Annual Conference

Governor Tom Corbett won over the "Dean" of the Pennsylvania conservative movement the old fashioned way.

President and CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, Frederick W. Anton III, told the 700 attending the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference last weekend in Camp Hill that Governor Corbett wasn't his first choice in the 2010 primary election. But that the Governor's record since the election has been exceedingly persuasive: restrained spending, a strong push to privatize liquor sales and distribution, and promotion of the economic benefits of the Marcellus Shale.