As emergency federal funds dry up, hard choices remain for the legislature.
By Anthony Hennen
PSERS recently announced two top executives will retire after calls by several board members for their resignations last summer.
By Victor Skinner
Matt Rousu: What is the “SALT deduction” — and why do some Congressional Democrats want to repeal it?
No, the “SALT deduction” isn’t a step in a cooking recipe. It’s an important part of American tax law, and there are multiple reasons why preserving the cap on the SALT deduction is sound public policy and good for society. So why do Congressional Democrats want to repeal it?
By Matt Rousu
Pennsylvania lawmakers are grappling with the state’s newest spending plan. Some leaders say now more than ever is the time to spend, while others push stewardship and for debts to be repaid.
By Christen Smith
Part one of this series examined the changing ideological makeup in America that has left small-government conservatives politically homeless. This second article discusses what could come next.
By Benjamin Pontz
With a still uncertain financial situation, Delaware County leaders have been debating and approving various pay hikes and vague payouts to certain government employees. The county controller has raised concerns over perceived unfairness to both county workers who won’t benefit and to taxpayers.
By Todd Shepherd