Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.
A $15 minimum wage would boost wages for 2 million low-wage workers, of which 61 percent are women.
Perhaps over time, GOP legislative leaders will change their views on this issue. Or maybe they'll be replaced by lawmakers who are more supportive of legalization. But any such action will take a long time, if it ever occurs.
Instead of protecting Pennsylvania’s working people, E-Verify actually complicates workers’ lives with a new form of potential discrimination.
Gov. Tom Wolf is looking for a $12/hr minimum wage starting in July and then $15 by 2025. Republicans don't want it. Will it blow up the budget?
The solstice is the 24-hour period during the year when the most daylight hits the Northern Hemisphere. It also marks the official start of summer.
Pennsylvania has fallen asleep at the wheel when it comes to protecting low-income workers from slipping into a cycle of poverty.
The legislation is based on a House bill sponsored by Rep. Tom Murt, R-Montgomery
A keystone once again, it's far from clear that Donald Trump has Pennsylvania locked up.
'To talk about freedom without talking about justice is an incomplete conversation,' he said.