The move continues the Shapiro administration’s policy of making state jobs more accessible.
By Christina Lengyel
It might appear to some that Shapiro was against the cap-and-trade tax plan before he was for it — but he has never expressed unambiguous opposition.
By Kevin Mooney
Pennsylvania’s economic underperformance has robbed us of greatness, but this year’s General Fund Budget contains a chance to make things right.
By David N. Taylor
With nearly 10,000 jobs created in Pennsylvania last year, the northeast led the commonwealth in job growth. Better days are ahead for our state.
By Sen. John T. Yudichak
The Build Back Better Act has a massive price tag, little focus, and no vision. A smaller bill targeting the economy, our workforce, and our schools would be more impactful and effective.
By David Galluch
For ten years, the city averaged slightly more than 513,000 tons annually. In the wake of the pandemic, the total skyrocketed to over 617,000 tons. To top it off, sanitation workers are not immune to Covid-19. Mayor Jim Kenney said over the summer many trash collectors have been unable to work.
By Rick Rickman