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A Property Tax Rebate Program: Relief for Working Families, Underfunded School Districts, and Pennsylvania‰’s Environment

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Eileen McNulty, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: March 01, 2001

This Reports and Briefing Papers examines a flexible tax proposal that could help address the three critical problems linked...

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Does Pennsylvania Invest Adequately in Its Community Colleges?

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Stephen Herzenberg
Date: December 18, 2000

This chartbook benchmarks Pennsylvania state and local government appropriations for public two-year colleges- “community colleges”- against that of other...

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The Service Contractor Provision of the Proposed Living Wage Ordinance in Allegheny County: An Impact Assessment

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Steve Lopez
Date: November 01, 2000

In 2000, Allegheny County Council considered living wage legislation. The proposed ordinance would require that several groups of workers,...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2000

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: David Bradley, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: September 01, 2000

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2000” is the Keystone Research Center’s fifth annual survey of the economic condition of...

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State of Working Pennsylvania 1999

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Howard Wial
Date: September 01, 1999

This report profiles the economic status of Pennsylvania’s working people. It shows how wages in Pennsylvania grew in 1998...

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Democracy In Pennsylvania

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Howard Wial
Date: July 01, 1999

Independence Day in Pennsylvania should be a time of celebration but also one of reflection. In this report, issued...

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The Pilot Privatization of Three State Health Centers

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Linda Rhodes, Stephen Herzenberg, Steve Lopez
Date: May 03, 1999

On April 30, 1999, the Pennsylvania Department of Health Press Released a report evaluating the “Community Health Project,” the...

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