Op-ed: Lawmakers Right to End Wolf's Extended Disaster Declaration

While some economic harm was unavoidable, Wolf’s policies were unfair to local small businesses. He inexplicably shut down small retailers, including garden center and appliance stores, while allowing big box stores to remain open.

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Op-ed: Pennsylvanians Deserve an Apology

Gov. Wolf called local officials, job creators, and workers “cowards” and “deserters” for assessing local risks and daring to think for themselves.

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Op-ed: Protect Lives by Preserving Livelihoods

Wolf should take state lawmakers’ advice and bring transparency and fairness to Pennsylvania’s reopening — along with a sense of urgency. In doing so, he can continue flattening the curve and protect Pennsylvanians’ lives by preserving their livelihoods.

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Op-ed: Pennsylvania Construction Shutdown Puts the Elderly at Risk

Industry leaders who are directly affected by the governor’s orders do not dispute that Wolf has authority to take action aimed at halting the spread of COVID-19. But it’s that part about distinguishing between essential and nonessential services that has become a source of consternation not just for business owners, but senior citizens most at risk for contracting the disease.

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Op-ed: Memo to America's Leaders: Your Credibility Dies in Darkness

Americans have never put up with “don’t ask questions, just trust me” for long — especially in a crisis.

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Op-ed: Lawmakers Offer a Way Out of the Coronavirus Chaos

Gov. Wolf's insistence on going it alone and making decisions behind closed doors is crippling his credibility.

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Op-Ed: Coronavirus Crackdown Exposes Failing Government Liquor Monopoly

The state liquor monopoly, not the coronavirus, caused the present alcohol shortage. Now is the time to push for changes.

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Op-Ed: With Classes Canceled for Weeks, Schools Must Embrace Innovation

Now is the time for the Philadelphia School District to embrace innovation, creativity, and critical thinking.

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Op-Ed: State Lawmakers Must Act Now to Mitigate Crisis

In this time of uncertainty, lawmakers must not be passive. Instead, they should advance their own solutions to the problems developing in their districts and among their constituents. 

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State Can Build on Tax Reform Boom

To attract the investment and job creators that will secure our future, we can—and must—do better. Luckily, lawmakers have the blueprint they need to make our state competitive: Control spending and replicate federal tax reform in our own back yard.

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