Type of Document: Memo


GSG Polling Memo Toplines

Here are the toplines for the GSG polling memo released on May 15, 2020.

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New polling supports aggressive action to address economic inequities in the recovery from COVID-19

New polling shows support for aggressive government action to address economic inequities in the recovery from COVID-19. A new...

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MEMO: Growing Trade Deficit with China Results in Continued Job Losses in PA

To: Interested Parties From: Stephen Herzenberg, executive director, Keystone Research Center, co-author of major Congressional Study on the first...

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Elimination of Straight-Ticket Voting and Related Matters

To: State legislators, editorial board writers, political reporters, and interested parties From: Marc Stier, Director, Pennsylvania Budget and Policy...

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Memo: PA House Bill Won’t Close Tax Loopholes But Will Make Major New Business Tax Cut

House Bill 2150 presents a half-hearted attempt to close corporate tax loopholes with nearly a billion dollars in business...

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Memo to Editors & Reporters: With Final Push for State Budget On, Here’s Where We Stand

Over the past decade, the cost of business tax cuts has tripled, rising to $2.4 billion in the coming...

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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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Memo: Governor’s Tax Cut Plan Falls Short of Reform

Hidden deep within Governor Tom Corbett‰’s proposed 2013-14 budget is a plan to enact a 30% cut in Pennsylvania‰’s...

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Memo to House: Vote No on Private Jets Tax Break

The House will once again consider HB 1100, which would eliminate sales and use tax on the purchase of...

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Memo to Newspaper Editors: Save Tobacco Settlement Dollars for Health Care

In a memo to editorial board members, Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center Director Sharon Ward wrote that policymakers should...

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