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Washington Launches Paid Family and Medical Leave: Pennsylvania Should Follow Suit

We all know things come up in the course of our lives that can bring joy and/or create stress—welcoming...

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On Economic Policy, It’s Not What President Trump Says, It’s What He Does That Matters

The piece below originally ran in the York Dispatch here. We’ve reposted it with a few hyperlinks. In 2016,...

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Towards an AI Economy That Works for All

Executive Summary This is the first report of a Keystone Research Center project on the “Future of Work.” The...

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Too Big to Trust? Banks, Schools and the Ongoing Problem of Interest Rate Swaps

Philadelphia, like many cities, has faced serious financial difficulties in recent years. These difficulties have forced the city government...

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Memo to House Finance Committee: Significant Flaws in Inheritance Tax, Bank Loans Tax Legislation

PA Budget and Policy center urges Pennsylvanians to reconsider Inheritance Tax and Bank Loans Tax Legislation, which would provide...

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State Spending Claims Overheated

During the past two years, states have begun to restore funding for programs and services that were cut or...

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Webinar: Exaggerating the Employment Impacts of Shale Drilling: How and Why

This webinar lays out the facts on shale drilling’s impact on job creation in the six states that span...

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Understanding the Numbers in a Budget Crisis

This Reports and Briefing Papers compares the three budget propasls comimng out of Harrisburg: Governor Wolf‰’s budget proposal, the...

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A Wage-Less and Income-Less Recovery for PA’s 99 Percent. New Study: Top 1% Only Group to See Income Gains Since 2009

Reports and Research Papers concludes that raising the minimum wage, strengthening unions, and requiring CEOs and other top earners...

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Devastation, Death, and Deficits: The Impact of ACA Repeal on Pennsylvania

The Affordable Care Act of 2010 is one of the most important pieces of domestic legislation enacted since the...

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The Pennsylvania Promise: Making College Affordable and Securing Pennsylvania’s Economic Future

  With a modest and smart investment, Pennsylvania can build a more prosperous future for its citizens and reinvigorate...

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The Pennsylvania Promise – Affordable College for all Pennsylvanians

This presentation, given by labor economist Mark Price on January 24, 2018, outlines our “Pennsylvania Promise” plan to make...

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