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Washington Launches Paid Family and Medical Leave: Pennsylvania Should Follow Suit

Type: Blog
Author: Diana Polson
Date: January 14, 2020

We all know things come up in the course of our lives that can bring joy and/or create stress—welcoming...

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On Economic Policy, It’s Not What President Trump Says, It’s What He Does That Matters

Type: Blog
Author: Stephen Herzenberg
Date: January 06, 2020

The piece below originally ran in the York Dispatch here. We’ve reposted it with a few hyperlinks. In 2016,...

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Follow the Property Tax Money: The Wolf Plan and HB 504 Compared

Type: Policy Brief
Author: Michael Wood and Stephen Herzenberg
Date: July 28, 2015

Pennsylvania is highly reliant on local property taxes to fund its public schools, ranking near the bottom of all...

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The 2019-20 Enacted Budget: How Did Education Fare?

Type: Budget Analysis
Author: Diana Polson and Marc Stier
Date: December 20, 2019

While this 2018-19 budget increase moves us in the right direction with increased funding for education, it still does...

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The Public College Affordability Gap Looms Large for Pennsylvania Students

Type: Blog
Author: Diana Polson
Date: December 23, 2019

This time of year, high school seniors are applying to colleges, and some are even beginning to hear back...

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Judicial Gerrymandering Is Back

Type: Blog
Author: Marc Stier
Date: December 18, 2019

Republicans who control the Pennsylvania House of Representatives couldn’t find time to raise the minimum wage this week. But...

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On Today’s Ruling On the Affordable Care Act Individual Health Insurance Mandate

Type: Blog
Author: Marc Stier
Date: December 18, 2019

Today’s 2-1 decision by a federal appeals court rules the ACA’s requirement that people have health insurance is unconstitutional...

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