There is a direct tie between funding public services and pandemic recovery. Passing the HEROES Act benefits our citizens and our local economies.
Pennsylvania hasn't raised its $7.25 an hour minimum wage in 13 years. If we mean what we say about essential workers, it's past time to raise it.
The Keystone State could lose out on hundreds or thousands of new guest workers through the H-2B visa program alone, and not fix immigration issues.
The city’s proposal would cover workers shut out from the city’s existing law and the federal government’s emergency paid sick leave programs.
While jobs are slowly returning in other sectors, they're not for local governments, which interface the most directly with the taxpayers they serve.
By Ayana JonesPHILADELPHIA -- Multiple resources are available to help Philadelphia businesses recover from the impact of closures ordered to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus and vandalism by protesters.City grant and loan...
In Scranton and Pittsburgh, zoo, aviary and aquarium workers have faced their own challenges during the pandemic. Here's how they made it through.
Pennsylvania and 46 other states recognize Juneteenth as a state holiday, but efforts to make it a national holiday have stalled in Congress.
Sixty percent of respondents to a new poll said they think COVID-19 has actually changed the way Americans work for the better.
Eviction protections will end on July 10. The only policy question worth asking is how to make it hurt less for far too many.