Public sector workers need to know that “fair share fees” are no longer mandatory and that union dues payments are not a condition of their employment. That's why Rep. Klunk has introduced House Bill 785, legislation that would make sure the First Amendment rights of public employees, as established by the Janus decision, will not be violated.
On January 15, 2019, John Fetterman made history. He took the oath of office and became the first Lieutenant Governor in Pennsylvania to openly adopt the label of socialism to describe his policy preferences. Fetterman, along with Governor Wolf and […]
Emboldened by the success of their strategy to re-gerrymander Pennsylvania’s congressional districts, Democrats have set their sights on gaining control over the re-drawing of district lines that will occur upon completion of the 2020 census.
CAP Chief Executive Officer Leo Knepper sat down with Lowman Henry on the Lincoln Radio Journal. They provide a brief overview of the 2018 General Election results in Pennsylvania. Click below to listen to the audio.
Senate Bill 1056, now Act 72 of 2018, ONLY became necessary after Governor Wolf and his Department of Revenue disallowed all depreciation on assets subject to 100 percent federal bonus depreciation. Cost recovery of the asset would only be allowed at the time the asset would be sold or otherwise disposed of, which essentially made Pennsylvania un-investable for manufacturers.
One of the “perks” of being a member of the General Assembly is that you are eligible to have the taxpayers pick up the cost of leasing a car for you. It isn’t something that many lawmakers opt for because it is a perennial campaign issue. However, there are a few lawmakers who still take advantage of the perk and the taxpayers.