The Fight for $15 Is Already Lifting Wages

Today in 200 U.S. cities workers will rally for higher pay and a union.  These actions, which started in November of 2012, have been instrumental in building momentum for state and local minimum wage increases. 

March Collections Show why We Need Corporate Tax Reform in Pennsylvania

March is always the most important month for the collection of corporate taxes because nearly half of all corporate tax dollars for the fiscal year come in at this time. While overall tax collections were on target in March 2015, a closer look shows why we need to re-think our corporate tax policies in Pennsylvania.

Using Austin Powers to Explain Why the Business Community Should Support the Wolf Budget

Left to my own devices, I would make more frequent references to Monty Python and cricket (the sport not the insect) in my op-eds, blogs, and other writings.

Fortunately, the younger members of the KRC staff keep me mostly under control.

In a recent op-ed on the Wolf budget, however, I did get away with a reference to Austin Powers, which isn't quite as old as Monty Python, and which involves Americans (OK, a Canadian) making fun of the British.

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