The Pennsylvania Independent Archive

PA Unemployment Down, But So Is Labor Force Size

The state's unemployment rate dropped to below 7 percent during December

Corbett Avoiding A PA ‘Right-To-Work’ Legislative Push

Pennsylvania's governor last week said the state lacks "the will" to

Chamber Claims PA Businesses Optimistic But Cautious

Its newest economic survey, released Tuesday, shows more business leaders feel

Employer Incentive Proposal Gets Moved Into PA House

It would use income tax money employees would normally pay to

Lawmaker Offers Unusual Strategy To Attract Business

Create jobs, he suggests, and in return keep a lion's share

PA Might Uncork Some Savings On Distant Wine Buying

A bill being considered by the Pennsylvania Legislature would allow in-state

New Bill Would Reduce PA Corporate Net Income Tax

Legislators see the proposal as one way to attract more business

Pennsylvania Says Its Corporate Tax Collections Lagging

Business groups say Corbett could have made things worse, The Pennsylvania

Tolls Should Fund High-Speed Rail, PA Auditor Charges

The state official wants money collected from Philadelphia regional bridge tolls

Some PA Cities May Never Get Out Of State’s Protection

Once Pennsylvania cities duck beneath the state's financial wing - usually

Union Dues Payment Fight Brews In Legislature

Businesses and organized labor in Pennsylvania are clashing over a proposal