Gov. Wolf to change overtime rules

Gov. Wolf to change overtime rules

At an event in Philadelphia Wednesday, Gov. Tom Wolf announced he is having his Department of Labor and Industry change regulations relative to overtime work to modernize a system that he called “outdated” as a means to help the middle class and provide fairness to families.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views
Republican lawmakers introduce regulatory reform report, bill package

Republican lawmakers introduce regulatory reform report, bill package

A group of more than two dozen legislators, business organizations, academics, and advocacy organizations stood together Tuesday in the state Capitol’s Media Center to unveil a report on Pennsylvania’s regulatory reform issues and a package of bills they hope will restructure the state’s regulatory environment in an effort to spur economic development and job creation.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018/Author: Jason Gottesman

Rotunda Ramblings - Episode 38: PA Chamber

Our podcast this week features and interview with Sam Denisco, VP of Government Affairs for the PA Chamber of Business and Industry. We talk about Pennsylvania's business climate and their take on legislative issues as they relate to business. Also included is a rundown of the week's news.

Friday, March 17, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: Rotunda Ramblings
Business groups urge General Assembly to act on pension reform this session

Business groups urge General Assembly to act on pension reform this session

Despite having few, if any, remaining substantive voting days in the 2015-2016 legislative session, business groups have gathered together to call on the General Assembly to enact a pension reform bill by the end of session.

Friday, November 4, 2016/Author: Jason Gottesman
Categories: News and Views

PA Business Groups and Education Advocates Oppose Property Tax Elimination Bill

The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, and various education advocates gathered on a conference call Wednesday to voice their concerns about a property tax elimination plan.

The organizations sent a letter to the members of the Senate Finance Committee opposing SB 76, a bill that would replace school property taxes with new revenue generated by increases in sales and income taxes. A total of 41 concerned organizations contended that the potential negative consequences of SB 76 are vast, and many significant questions still remain unanswered.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014/Author: The PLS Reporter
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