Be careful, Pennsylvania people.
You can't afford to blow it this fall.
Your great state is, I'm sorry to say, already not so great when it comes to fiscal solvency.
Don't make it worse by ...
"We actually save money by doing this ... natural gas is the equivalent of about $1.50 per gallon. The last time I looked, gas was still over $3 per gallon. The payback period on these trucks is going to be three or four years and our trucks usually last 10 years."...
When he was elected in 2010, Rep. Eli Evankovich* did what most newly elected lawmakers do; he signed up for the legislative pension.
As he learned more about the $50 Billion in unfunded liabilities, he started to regret that decision. Rep. Evankovich started to look into what he had to ...
By Andrew Staub | PA Independent
As people across the country rushed to file their tax returns on time Tuesday, a group of Pennsylvania lawmakers offered up a package of legislation that could make the process more palatable for small business owners in the ...
(Editor's Note: This article first appeared in the Wall Street Journal)
A $250-a-year subsidy for those who commute to work using New York's "bike share" program. Breaks for Broadway plays like "Of Mice and Men" starring James Franco and Chris ...
The American Enterprise Institute's Dr. Arthur Brooks sometimes begins public talks with a laugh line: "I'm an economist, so I tell lies for a living."
There are loose corollaries to Brooks' statement in the (unofficial, but oft-proven) "Laws of Economists":
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April 15, 2014
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Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation April 15, 2014
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In This Issue
Come to a Pro-Life Town Hall Event Near You This Spring
Baby Gives Her Parents a ...
Still more than a month away, the hotly contested Democratic primary is finally moving into high gear. Over the next several weeks, Pennsylvania voters will be treated (if that's the word) to a veritable barrage of political ads, press releases, debates and other assorted arcana of political ...
Wagner Declines Pension, Health Plan and Insurance Plan
Officially signs documents declining benefits; fulfills campaign pledge
One of Senator Scott Wagner's first actions was to officially decline the pension, health and insurance plans offered to legislators.
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