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Pennsylvania Estate Tax

(Yahoo Finance) Pennsylvania does not have an estate tax. No matter the size of the estate, it will owe nothing to the state of...

Study looks at boosting solar energy’s future in Pennsylvania

(Reading Eagle) Pennsylvania’s goal of increasing solar energy usage could mean cheaper, cleaner power in the long run, according to the author of a newly...

Pennsylvania may ban this popular landscaping shrub

(Chambersburg Public Opinion) The sale of a popular landscaping shrub that harbors deer ticks may be prohibited soon in Pennsylvania. The state Controlled Plant and Noxious Weeds...

Thanks a bunch, Pennsylvania lawmakers — the din of Fourth of...

(Lancaster Online - Editorial Board) THE ISSUE - Last year, the Pennsylvania Legislature passed a fireworks law that permits the purchase and use of commercial-grade fireworks — such...

Change in Pennsylvania fireworks law creates little impact for first responders

(HM Media - by Jennifer Fitch) Despite anecdotes about increased amateur fireworks use in southern Franklin County, police and fire officials said they received...

Gov. Wolf calls for drastic school funding shake-up in surprise announcement

(WHYY - Avi Wolfman-Arent) Governor Tom Wolf called for a major change to the way Pennsylvania funds schools Friday, advocating for the state to distribute...

Speed Camera Dangers- Opinion

UK Analysis Identifies Speed Camera Danger. Telematics firm reports that panic braking increases up to eleven-fold within 50 yards of a speed camera in the...

A bill that would require litterers to pick up trash has...

(abc27 - Myles Snyder) A bill that would require litterers to pick up trash has cleared the Pennsylvania Legislature and will go to Gov. Tom Wolf for...

Pennsylvania legislature nears approval of speed cameras

Authorization of speed-enforcement cameras in Pennsylvania is nearing passage at the statehouse. The House voted 166-25 to use speed cameras in active work zones on...
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Behind the Headlines – June 25, 2018

https://youtu.be/OmRN-UEvlbw (Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy) Ken Mash, President of the state faculty union APSCUF, discusses the state budget and how it relates to...

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