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PA Taxpayers Punished for State Overspending

After 70 years in business, the CC Orlando ~Sons family bakery in Overbrook is closing. It’s not that customers lost their sweet tooth; Philadelphia’s new “soda tax” drove them away.

Though many politicians love to deny it, higher taxes have real negative ...

Posted on 22 August 2017 Keep Reading...

Senator: Protestors Should Pay Security Costs

A Lancaster state senator wants to make certain that one group's exercise of free speech rights don't become an exercise in future tax increases for everybody who lives where the bullhorns were used.

Martin, a first-term Republican, began roughing out his bill ...

Posted on 22 August 2017 Keep Reading...

America, Land of Second Chances

President Trump won the election due to many Americans’ deep dissatisfaction with our country’s trajectory. Some Americans have been left behind by the rapidly changing global economy. Many are troubled by the disappearance of traditions that have grounded them to their communities. While ...

Posted on 21 August 2017 Keep Reading...

The Value of Free Market Health Care

In late July, Charlie Gard, the baby stricken with the rare and typically fatal genetic disorder known as Mitochondrial DNA Depletion Syndrome, died. Charlie was at the center of a legal battle between his parents and the British healthcare system over who ultimately had the authority to decide if, ...

Posted on 21 August 2017 Keep Reading...

PA Pro-Life Federation News

ONLINE NEWS August 21, 2017

Abortion Reversal Process
Saves Twins

ABC 27 in Harrisburg recently did a report on a woman who found out she was pregnant. She initially decided to have an abortion, but after taking ...

Posted on 21 August 2017 Keep Reading...

Stadium Authority Extension Bad Public Policy

The rationale for extending the life of the Pittsburgh Stadium Authority does not even rise to the level of flimsy, researchers at the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy argue.

The better public policy would be to sell the properties the authority owns, pay off ...

Posted on 18 August 2017 Keep Reading...

Evaluating Damage from Trump's Ambivalence

The last five days have been terrible for this country.

And the sad reality is that President Trump has not only failed to make those days better, he has intentionally made them worse.

Americans look to the president to rise to ...

Posted on 17 August 2017 Keep Reading...

Insurance Rate Rising Because of Activist Court

Insurance Rates Rising After Ruling by Activist PA Court
After 20-years of stability, state workers comp system in chaos following ruling by state Supreme Court

HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania’s leading small-business organization today said a recent state ...

Posted on 17 August 2017 Keep Reading...

$65 Million in Earmarks Hidden in State Budget

$65 Million in Earmarks Hidden in State’s Fiscal Code
Bill Sends Tax Dollars to Dozens of Targeted Projects

August 16, 2017, Harrisburg, Pa.�"Pennsylvanians shouldn’t need a decoder ring to know how their tax dollars are being spent. But lawmakers ...

Posted on 16 August 2017 Keep Reading...

The Stadium Authority That Will Not Go Away

(August 16, 2017)--Summary: The Stadium Authority, which should have gone out of business with the demolition of Three Rivers Stadium, continues to exist. And now it plans to extend its life to 2049. This Brief explains why that extension is very bad public ...

Posted on 16 August 2017 Keep Reading...

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