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NFIB Praises Senate on Pension Reform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Suzanne Stoltenberg 717-232-8582 x1 Suzanne.Stoltenberg@NFIB.org

NFIB Praises State Senate for Voting to Rein in Burgeoning State Pension Debt
Uncertainty has chilling effect on small business growth in the Commonwealth

HARRISBURG (May, 13, ...

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False Promise of Defined Benefits Pension

The defined-benefit pension bomb is starting to explode. Detroit, Rhode Island, San Bernardino, California — are all cities where pensioners have lost or are likely to lose significantly. Chicago appears to be next. And the crisis is on its way to Pennsylvania. The so-called ...

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Since We're Paying for It . . .

Last week the Senate passed two pieces of legislation designed to provide much-needed transparency on public union contracts. Both bills were sponsored by CAP members, Senators Folmer and Stefano. S.B. 644 would empower the Independent Fiscal Office (IFO) to complete and publish cost analyses for ...

Posted on 12 May 2015 Keep Reading...

Justice for All Minorities?

The New York Times reported in a May 3 front-page article that "residents say arsonists singled out Asian-American owned businesses during the rioting" in Baltimore's Sandtown. That's the neighborhood where Freddie Gray grew up and apparently died from complications of a spinal injury ...

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GOP Doesn't Dominate Conservative Politics

Establishment Republicans know that I'm a reliable conservative, but a lousy party guy.

Where we live, most local offices are held by Republicans. If conservative — any — voters here wish to influence who will hold the local government offices which ...

Posted on 11 May 2015 Keep Reading...

Where America, Big Government Collide

A subtle but constant collision occurs in the nation's capital every day.

It is something that people who work here wouldn't necessarily notice because of their jobs, or that first-time visitors might overlook as they take in the architecture and history.

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Survey Says: We're Flying Through a Fog

The pollsters got it wrong — again. The latest spectacular failure is not anticipating the Conservative Party's triumph in Great Britain. The public should get used to it, because inaccurate survey results are going to continue — and likely to get worse.

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Bill to Help Low Income Families

Representative Dave Reed
62nd District
Representative Stephen Bloom
199th District
Representative Tom Murt
152nd District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Nick Ruffner
717.260.6258
nruffner@pahousegop.com
RepDaveReed.net / Facebook.com/RepReed
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Senate Tackles Pension Crisis

For Immediate Release
Commonwealth Foundation
Contact: Cindy Hamill (856) 607-4208

Senate Tackles Growing Crisis, Advances Responsible Pension Reform Bill Stops Sending More Public Employees Into Broken Retirement System

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Toomey Lead Continues to Grow

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