By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
The indictments of 10 union members in Philadelphia is prompting lawmakers in Harrisburg to take another look at a state law that can prevent prosecution of some crimes if they’re committed by individuals engaged in a labor dispute.Read More →
Tom Wolf, a York County businessman with little political experience, is the new front-runner to win the Democratic gubernatorial primary May 20, if a new poll is to be believed.Read More →
Taxpayers’ public pension nightmares are worse than they seem, and local governments face the prospect of tax increases or even bankruptcies caused by mounting levels of pension debt.Read More →
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
MINNEAPOLIS — The loosening of federal rules for political spending has done more to help Democrats than Republicans, according to two recent analyses of campaign contributions.
Those facts run counter to a well-established national media narrative — one often repeated by liberal groups and Democratic lawmakers who bemoan the influence of corporate cash in [...]
A group working to increase the minimum wage in Michigan wants residents to believe the effort is led from the grassroots.Read More →