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Governor Corbett returns home after a successful mission to strengthen Pennsylvania’s trade partnerships abroad.  Bringing 74 jobs to Franklin County was a win in itself, but the fact that Governor Corbett has “planted seeds” to expand Pennsylvania’s international footprint will yield economic opportunities for years to come. Governor Corbett promotes Pennsylvania’s workforce At events that [...] Read More
Governor Corbett and a delegation of Pennsylvania public officials, business leaders and job creators have taken off for Brazil and Chile to develop relationships with foreign leaders, expand Pennsylvania’s place in the international marketplace and bring jobs back to our Commonwealth.  The outcomes of last year’s trade mission to France and Germany and the goals [...] Read More
LCB reform continues to gain steam and national attention with The Economist profiling Pennsylvania’s outdated liquor monopoly that is wasting millions of taxpayer dollars as border states start to sweat the outcome.  Here’s the latest on getting Pennsylvania out of the booze business: Other States Cashing-In On Pennsylvania’s Inefficiencies Pennsylvanians Seeking Better Cost Variety Go Border-Hopping: “’We get [...] Read More
State Sen. Sean Wiley (D-Erie) Calls Liquor Sales a “Core Service” of Government State Senator Sean Wiley calls the sale of alcohol a “core service” of state government in his opposition to increasing $1 billion in education funding.  If education isn’t and alcohol sales are, what else do Democrats believe is a “core service” of government? [...] Read More
State Sen. Sean Wiley (D-Erie) Calls Liquor Sales A “Core Service” of Government State Senator Sean Wiley calls the sale of alcohol a “core service” of state government in his opposition to increasing $1 billion in education funding.  If education isn’t and alcohol sales are, what else do Democrats believe is a “core service” of [...] Read More
Yesterday, Governor Corbett and Lt. Governor Cawley were out discussing their plan to get Pennsylvania out of the business of selling liquor.  Governor Corbett was featured in a segment with ABC 27’s Dennis Owens on Pennsylvania’s current state-owned wine and spirit store system and unprofitable stores that are costing taxpayer’s money. Meanwhile, Lt. Governor Jim [...] Read More
Yesterday, Governor Corbett and Lt. Governor Cawley were out discussing their plan to get Pennsylvania out of the business of selling liquor.  Governor Corbett was featured in a segment with ABC 27’s Dennis Owens on Pennsylvania’s current state-owned wine and spirit store system and unprofitable stores that are costing taxpayer’s money. Meanwhile, Lt. Governor Jim [...] Read More
…and Pennsylvania’s editorial boards are lining up with resounding support for Governor Corbett’s plan to get government out of the business of selling alcohol once and for all and give the proceeds to public education, encouraging the legislature to get on board with and pass a proposal that’s a win for everyone – teachers, taxpayers, [...] Read More
…and Pennsylvania’s editorial boards are lining up with resounding support for Governor Corbett’s plan to get government out of the business of selling alcohol once and for all and give the proceeds to public education, encouraging the legislature to get on board with and pass a proposal that’s a win for everyone – teachers, taxpayers, [...] Read More
FYI – New Pennsylvania AG Shuts Off Reporters At First Big Press Event CBS-Philadelphia Tony Romeo February 17, 2013 http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2013/02/17/new-pennsylvania-ag-shuts-off-reporters-at-first-big-press-event/ PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Pennsylvania’s new attorney general made big waves this week for what she said – and what she wouldn’t say – about a contract to privatize management of the state Lottery. It was a [...] Read More