Tax Reform

Recent Issues

A Christmas Wish List for Pennsylvania

“No more lives torn apart, and wars would never start, and time would heal all hearts.” You might recognize those words from the ubiquitous-around-the-holidays song, “Grown-Up Christmas List.” Grown up? Sure. Likely to happen? Not on this planet. Here is a Christmas wish list that can come true and would make Pennsylvania a place where everyone can thrive.

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Moving out of Pennsylvania

Pa. Population Drops for First Time in 31 Years

For the first time since 1985, Pennsylvania’s total population declined last year, falling by more than 7,600, according to new data from the Census Bureau.

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State Spending to Blame for Low Economic Opportunity in Pa.

When it comes to controlling spending, Pennsylvania ranks a disappointing 30th among states, according to the Economic Freedom of North America 2016 report, released by the Fraser Institute.

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Recent Blog Posts

Failure to Save Now Means Tax Hikes Later

Deficits from past years are already waiting to deplete current revenue windfalls. This is the year to be saving and curbing spending in order to be prepared for Pennsylvania's future.

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Tax Reforms - Not Football - Will Keep People in Pa.

Workers, neighbors, families, and football fans are leaving our commonwealth at an alarming rate. If Pennsylvania wants to reverse this trend, we need to give them something more than football championships. 

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Guest Post: How Philly's Brutal Tax Policies Drive Away Jobs

As a real estate investor, I’ve seen the truth firsthand: Philadelphia has been left behind by America’s economic boom because its tax policies seem to bilk businesses.

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