Wolf signs bill extending waivers for hundreds of state regulations

BY: - September 30, 2021

Some of the extended suspensions also encourage the use of tele-health services by waiving requirements for in-person medical care in certain settings.


Biden has a congressional shortcut to cancel Trump’s regulatory rollbacks, but it comes with risks | Opinion

BY: - January 25, 2021

By Daniel Farber The Trump administration dedicated itself to deregulation with unprecedented fervor. It rolled back scores of regulations across government agencies, including more than 80 environmental rules. The Biden administration can reverse some of those actions quickly – for instance, as president, Joe Biden can undo Donald Trump’s executive orders with a stroke of […]

Pa.’s Shapiro to Trump: Put the brakes on new regulations

BY: - April 1, 2020

Twenty attorneys general sent a letter Tuesday to the White House requesting that the administration focus on those regulations related to the pandemic.


Regulatory reform is a key step in moving Pa.’s economy forward | Opinion

BY: - June 14, 2019

Here are three, easy steps Gov. Tom Wolf and the Legislature can take to improve the Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection.


Help us stop Pa. House Republicans’ ‘Dirty Dozen’ plan to let Big Business run free | Opinion

BY: - April 26, 2019

Republican lawmakers in Harrisburg are pushing their very own “Dirty Dozen” – five bills containing 12 proposals to let corporate special interests have almost anything they want