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Testimony to Speaker Rozzi’s Workgroup on House Rules

Testimony by Marc Stier, Director of the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, to Speaker Rozzi’s Workgroup on House Rules....

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The Update: What’s Going on That’s Important in Harrisburg and DC – January 30, 2023

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR We are starting 2023 off with a reminder that Pennsylvania still has the lowest minimum...

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Keystone Research Center Statement on UPMC’s Negative Impact on Healthcare Industry in PA

  For Immediate Release January 20, 2023 Contact: Kirstin Snow, Communications Director, Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center snow@pennbpc.org Keystone...

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SWPA Blog #7: Policy—Pennsylvania’s Choice

Keystone Research Center released its annual report on the economy, “State of Working Pennsylvania 2022,” on August 30. This...

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SWPA Blog #4: The State of Pennsylvania’s Low-Wage Labor Market

Keystone Research Center released its annual report on the economy, “State of Working Pennsylvania 2022,” on August 30. This...

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The Update: What’s Happening that’s Important in Harrisburg & DC – August 31, 2022

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR This week marks the release of our annual “State of Working Pennsylvania” report, often cited...

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Who Runs Harrisburg? You or the Corporate Elite?

Originally published in the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, June 29, 2022.  By Nick Pressley and Marc Stier  Every rumor we hear...

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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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Poll: Should the PA Minimum Wage Be Raised to $15 Per Hour Over Four Years?

Projected opinion in each PA House and Senate district for likely midterm voters. From May 27 to June 13, 2022,...

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New PBPC Poll on Taxing Corporations and the Ultra-Rich and the Minimum Wage

PBPC commissioned Data for Progress to do a poll of likely voters on a limited number of issues that...

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One-and-a-Half Million Workers Would Benefit from Raising Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage

New Keystone Research brief profiles workers who would benefit Harrisburg, PA – Yesterday at a press conference with Sen....

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KRC Research Update Shows BIG Earnings Gains From Higher NY Minimum Wage But No Employment Effects

In 2019, researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York released a study of minimum wage impacts along...

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