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RELEASE: Tax Relief for Working Poor Pennsylvanians in the Next Budget

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2022 Contact: Kirstin Snow, snow@pennbpc.org To: Members and staff of the General Assembly, editorial...

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Make a PA Earned Income Tax Credit Part of the Budget

To: Members and staff of the General Assembly, editorial board members, and political writers From: Marc Stier, Director and...

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RELEASE: Pittsburgh Budget Center Adds New Data to Drive Home Controllers’ Report Conclusion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   June 29, 2022   Contact: Kirstin Snow, snow@pennbpc.org   Pittsburgh Budget Center Adds New Data...

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Controllers’ Report: It’s Time for Pittsburgh’s Big Nonprofits to Pay

ACCESS A FULL-READ AND DOWNLOADABLE VERSION HERE.      

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STATEMENT: New Poll Results on Corporate Taxes and the Minimum Wage

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 28, 2022 Contacts: Kirstin Snow, snow@pennbpc.org To: Members of the PA General Assembly, state...

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Statement on Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Decision

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 24, 2022 Contacts: Kirstin Snow, snow@pennbpc.org   Statement on Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Decision...

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Pathway to the PA Promise of Affordable College & Good Paying Careers—With Federal Dollars

As Pennsylvania state budget negotiations come to a close, our lawmakers could achieve a big win by adopting Governor...

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The Update: What’s Happening in Harrisburg and DC – June 21, 2022

  MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR Will the next state budget put the interests of the people of Pennsylvania first?...

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Reply to the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce’s LTE about Corporate Taxes

The Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce has responded to our recent op-ed about corporate taxes with a letter to the...

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The Update: What’s Happening in Harrisburg and DC – June 15, 2022

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR This month, many important decisions will be made about state policy as the fiscal year...

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Keeping Property Taxes Lower in Philly Is the Right Idea

Philadelphia is currently debating what to do with the additional revenues generated by the increase in property assessments. One...

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Pennsylvanians from Across the Commonwealth Joined We The People – PA Campaign & Partners to Call for Fair Budget for All Pennsylvanians

Harrisburg, PA – For the first time in years, the Commonwealth will have a surplus of more than $15...

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