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To Fight Pandemic, Manufacturers Need Wolf to Amend Executive Order

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Overly-broad and imprecise business closure order will scramble supply chains, thwart production of life-saving goods, prevent those goods from reaching end users, and unnecessarily inflict lasting economic damage.

March 19, 2020 (Harrisburg, PA) – In response to the executive order issued by Governor Tom Wolf earlier today, Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association President & CEO David N. Taylor made the following statement:

PMA Statement in response Governor Wolf's "Restore Pennsylvania" Proposal

Governor Wolf announced plans today (Tuesday, January 28, 2020) to renew the push for his “Restore Pennsylvania” proposal. The plan borrows, bonds, and spends $4.5 billion in infrastructure projects throughout the commonwealth, and then implements a new, additional tax on energy production to attempt to fund the payments. The following quotes can be attributed to David N. Taylor, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association.

Pennsylvanians Overwhelmingly Oppose Paying Higher Electricity Bills to Prop Up Nuclear Plants

HARRISBURG, June 5, 2019 — A statewide poll conducted in April concluded that 68 percent of those surveyed are not supportive of proposed legislative action that would increase Pennsylvanians’ electricity rates by at least $500 million every year.

Manufacturers Laud Historic Pennsylvania Investment by U.S. Steel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 2, 2019

 

MANUFACTURERS LAUD HISTORIC PENNSYLVANIA INVESTMENT BY U.S. STEEL

PMA’s Taylor celebrates company’s commitment to southwestern Pennsylvania,

praises President Trump’s defense against predatory foreign trade practices

 

(Braddock, PA) – David N. Taylor, President & CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association, issued the following statement from the Edgar Thomson Plant at the Mon Valley Works: