Lawmakers in Columbus have launched a pro-production counter-revolution against the anti-fossil fuel lobby, and Harrisburg would do well to follow suite.
One of the most consequential provisions in a new four-year labor contract negotiated between U.S.
State Rep. Seth Grove (R-York) says lawmakers, not courts or administrators, are key to restoring voters’ trust in PA elections
With the midterm election just a week away, voters have good reasons to mistrust the elections process in Pennsylvania, says State Rep.
In a district with twice as many Democrats as Republicans, the winning formula for state Rep. Martina White (R-Phila) mixes straightforward messaging with old-fashioned hard work.
State Sen. Scott Martin’s (R-Lancaster) career path in elected office has, in some respects, been inspired by the bad policy decisions of others.
State Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Clarion, Armstrong, Forest) takes note of Europe’s anxious international appeal for coal for power generation.
For the first time in decades, a business tax reform plan, which includes a scheduled phase-down of the state’s highest-in-nation flat-rate Corporate Net Income Tax (CNIT)
Corporate Net Income tax rate on path for reduction, but details of final plan key to optimizing business competitiveness
The Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has appealed a ruling by a Commonwealth Court judge that halted the Department’s plans to toll nine highly traveled commuter bridges in the Commonwealth.
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