Public-Sector Unions Two Years After Janus v. AFSCME

Two years after Janus freed workers from forced union fees, public sector employees are still fighting for greater protection.

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PLCB is Bad for Business

The PLCB harms Pa. businesses in an industry that has been decimated by COVID-19.

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PLCB's Mishandling of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has shown the state liquor control board's inability to provide Pennsylvanian's the service the deserve.

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Liquor Privatization Makes Economic Sense

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is a highly unprofitable monopoly with extraordinary powers that have recently been used to increase prices and harm businesses.

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How Pa. Can Keep Prisons and Communities Safe during Coronavirus

Pennsylvania’s prisons and jails are particularly vulnerable to the quick spread of COVID-19. Here are several recommendations for mitigating the risk in our corrections system while protecting public safety.  

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Policy Recommendations to Fight COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

As Pennsylvania faces its greatest crisis in decades, it is imperative that legislators take the lead and enact key heath care, education, and budget reforms to help Pennsylvania families and small businesses.

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Tuition Scholarships for Harrisburg

With HB 1800, Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) wants to give parents the ability to escape Harrisburg schools without a permission slip from local officials.

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Fact Sheet: HB 1897 Eliminating Cyber Charter Schools

Today 34,000 Pennsylvania kids choose cyber charter schools. HB 1897 would eliminate all Pa. cyber charter schools by fall 2021. It also issues a top-down mandate that each school district develop its own cyber education program.

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A Fair, Accountable, and Transparent Education

What are the facts on fairness, accountability, and transparency in the Commonwealth’s education system?

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Worker Freedom in the States

Unprecedented labor issue activity has followed the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME ruling. Read our summary here.

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