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

Mark Price, Estelle Sommeiller |

Reports and Research Papers concludes that raising the minimum wage, strengthening unions, and requiring CEOs and other top earners to pay their fair share of taxes should be key priorities for Pennsylvania policymakers in 2015.The unprecedented degree of income inequality in the current economic expansion represents a confluence of long- and short-term force. Together these short- and long-term forces have left most workers in Pennsylvania unable to capture the fruits of economic and productivity growth