People won’t stay in a place where they can’t earn a living. Instead of adopting broad-based pro-growth policies, politicians in Harrisburg have instead opted for a series of economic development policies that are little more than corporate welfare and central planning.
By, Hon. John Kennedy Chairman Emeritus, Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania I was privileged to represent the citizens of the 88th Legislative District in Cumberland County from 1981-1988. I believed then, as now, that citizens should serve in the General Assembly for […]
By Colin McNickle Senior Fellow and Media Specialist at the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy email@example.com While there are signs that Pennsylvania’s overall economy might be improving, the critical question is whether it’s growing fast enough to cover some less-than-optimum actions […]
We have a chance to change the direction of state government. At Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP) we believe that the Commonwealth can be the economic success story of the twenty-first century. However, government needs to get out of the […]
Back in July the House passed legislation that would have added work requirements to the welfare code. As we noted then: “In our research, we found that nearly 60 percent of Pennsylvania families who were required to engage in job […]
On October 17th Senator John Eichelberger and Representative Stephen Bloom introduced legislation to enable a limited state constitutional convention. We are proud to count Sen. Eichelberger and Rep. Bloom as CAP members. The legislation that they’ve crafted will go a […]
There are only three months left in 2017, and despite endless promises from politicians in Harrisburg much has been left undone for citizens of our Commonwealth—including a balanced budget. Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP) has kept voters up-to-date on issues […]