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RELEASE: Corporate Tax Cuts Since 2002 Cost PA $4.2B Annually

Closing Delaware loophole, instituting worldwide combined reporting would level the playing field for small businesses and generate over $700...

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Corporate Tax Cuts Since 2002 Now Cost PA $4.2 Billion Yearly: Pennsylvania Should Pass Worldwide Combined Reporting

This paper focuses on the details of one part of this story: the cuts in corporate taxes in Pennsylvania since 2002 that have reduced revenues by what is...

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RELEASE – State of Working PA 2019: Troubling Long-Term Trends Continue, But Businesses Offer an Opening for a Shift

READ THE FULL REPORT HERE. HARRISBURG, PA – Ahead of Labor Day weekend, the Keystone Research Center today released the...

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State of Working Pennsylvania 2019

Executive Summary In just the past few weeks, leading American business leaders appear to have experienced a sudden and...

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Fact Sheet: Pa. Should Take Federal Opportunity to Expand Medicaid Coverage

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides states with the opportunity to expand Medicaid coverage in 2014 to adults with...

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Testimony: Medicaid Expansion Integral to Making Health Coverage Available and Affordable to Millions

The Medicaid expansion is an integral part of the goal of making health coverage available and affordable to millions...

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Census Data: Fewer Uninsured Americans But Middle Class Struggles Persist

New data Press Released by the U.S. Census Bureau this week offer a mix of good and bad news....

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Census Data: Poverty Rises Sharply in Many Parts of Pennsylvania

New Census data show that poverty rates remained high in Pennsylvania last year, reflecting the ongoing impact of the...

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The Recession’s Broad Impact on Pennsylvania Communities

Poverty holds steady for Pennsylvania, although some communities see increases. Unemployment compensation played a pivotal role in blunting the...

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Pennsylvanians Make Little Progress Despite Economic Expansion

Pennsylvanians enter the current slowdown without having fully recovered from the last, with income gains made by the typical...

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Pa.’s Marcellus Impact Fee Comes Up Short

As the economic value of natural gas production increases in Pennsylvania‰’s Marcellus Shale, the local impact fee created by...

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Final 2012-13 Budget Analysis: Failing to Invest in a Stronger Pa. Economy

The General Assembly has enacted a 2012-13 state budget that restores some of the cuts proposed by Governor Tom...

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