Falling Short: The Impact of Raising the Minimum Wage in PA to $8.75 vs. $10.10

Increasing Pennsylvania’s minimum hourly wage to $10.10 instead of $8.75 would boost wages more than five times as much.

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Tax Fairness: An Answer to State Budget Problems

Taxing Top Incomes at the Same Rate as the Middle Class Could Fund Critical State Priorities, Including Education, Infrastructure, and Public Pensions.

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A Must-Have for Pennsylvania Part Two: Investment in Higher Education for Growth and Opportunity

Since 2010-11, Pennsylvania has cut higher education funding 11.8%, the fifth-largest reduction among states.

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