If Pennsylvania’s U. S. Senate race went to the candidate most qualified to promote economic growth and create jobs, it wouldn’t be a race at all.
Governor Wolf evidently missed Civic Class on the days they discussed the separation of powers.
Fred Anton opened the 2016 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference (PLC) in Harrisburg this past weekend with a word of caution: with the presidential election dominating the headlines, don
Governor Wolf’s announcement last summer that he was assembling a pipeline task force came with certain assurances.
With three weeks of budget hearings in the books, lawmakers are scheduled to return to session next week with two budgets to complete: the p
Lawmakers Sue Wolf Administration Over Takeover Of Pension Watchdog Commission; Spending Authorization Scrutinized During Budget Hearings
On Tuesday, Governor Tom Wolf brazenly scolded House and Senate Republican lawmakers instead of presenting a budget proposal to an equal branch of government.
For all practical purposes, the General Fund budget signed in part by Governor Wolf in late December was the same one he vetoed in early July.
Under current Pennsylvania law, it is solely the responsibility of the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) to release Educational Improvement Tax Credits (EITC) and the Opportun
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