Every family, business owner, and taxpayer in Pennsylvania should be able to increase their financial security without undue interference from our state government. Free-market policies that limit taxes, allow entrepreneurs to innovate and create jobs, and offer stability to families will put our state on track to become a national leader. Policies that enact spending limits, cut taxes, and reduce regulations will help Pennsylvania avoid debt and restore sound fiscal planning that will benefit citizens in the years to come.

Taxes & Economy

Philadelphia Stadium Deal: Great for Teams, Not for Taxpayers

  • December 20, 2000

After years of asking Santa for shiny new stadiums, the Phillies and Eagles may finally fulfill that Christmas wish courtesy of Philadelphia Mayor John Street and his merry band of…

Commentary

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Taxes & Economy

Kvaerner Audit On Course With Details, Sails By Larger Question

  • August 20, 2000

A new state audit is re-aggravating a seasickness that has been plaguing Pennsylvanians since the launch of the deal to bring a Norwegian shipbuilding company to the former Philadelphia Naval…

Commentary

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Taxes & Economy

Stadiums Don’t Deliver On Promises

  • June 20, 2000

Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this hearing. My name is Grant Gulibon, and I am Senior Policy Analyst with The Commonwealth Foundation…

Commentary

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Taxes & Economy

If You Build It, They Will Still Leave

  • March 20, 2000

After months of wrangling, City Council and the Street Administration have finally agreed on a blueprint to put deals in place for taxpayer-funded stadiums for the Phillies and Eagles. While…

Commentary

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Taxes & Economy

Pennsylvanias Death Tax: The State As The Grim Reaper

  • July 1, 1999

Taxation is regarded as a necessary evil in today’s society. Nobody parts happily with the considerable portion of their paycheck withheld for income and other taxes. Yet as much as…

Fact Sheet

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