The Pennsylvania Senate Judicial Committee this week unanimously approved a bill that would close a loophole in criminal law allowing union violence.
State Representative Kate Harper is reintroducing legislation to prohibit strikes at Pennsylvania’s largest mass transit system.
“A lie told often enough becomes the truth,” said Vladimir Lenin. In Harrisburg, state legislators are beginning to accept as gospel an oft-repeated fabrication that might be the death of meaningful and much-needed government pension reform. The state’s two public pension systems – the State Employees Retirement System (SERS) and the Public School Employees Retirement […]
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale held a hearing on charter school accountability in Philadelphia Friday, where he was inundated with common complaints.
The Pennsylvania House voted last week to close a loophole in criminal law allowing union violence — to a dramatic outcry from the state’s labor unions.
Pennsylvania Senate Democrats apparently agree that borrowing $9 billion to temporarily paper over the state’s $49 billion public pension shortfall is a good idea.
The recently proposed bill would let Pennsylvania universities leave the state system to individually address increasing costs and stagnant state funding.
Around 200 protestors were waiting for Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter when he arrived at City Hall for his annual budget address to City Council last Thursday.
Nearly $23 million in tax credits is sitting in state coffers waiting to be distributed to families wanting to put their children in private schools.