Every newspaper in PA is talking about the dysfunction in Harrisburg after Tom Wolf said he’s making taxpayers the cosigner of a billion dollar loan.
Where is the Leadership? I recently wrapped up a six-week statewide listening tour during which I had the opportunity to meet several thousand hard-working Pennsylvanians. Almost everyone I talked with is concerned about the same issues: good paying jobs, the economy, the skilled labor crisis, the annual budget crisis, the heroin crisis, school taxes, and…
Last week, the front page of a York local newspaper caught my eye because the headline quoted our Auditor General as saying the state was “running out of money.” Folks, I know garbage when I see it, and this is garbage.
Coming from the private sector where we actually get things done every day, I continue to be baffled as I watch Harrisburg chase its tail over how to pay for the 2017-2018 budget.
State Senator and Gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner today criticized Governor Tom Wolf for his failure to lead budget negotiations with the General Assembly for a third year in a row.
Travis Mills: An American Hero In August of last year, I had the privilege and honor to meet Army Staff Sargent Travis Mills when he came to York, PA to present to a Junior Achievement event that my waste company sponsored. Travis is an 82nd Airborne soldier who lost all four limbs on April 10,…
State Senator and Gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner (R-28) today denounced Governor Wolf for his irresponsible management of Pennsylvania’s finances and for signing a pension bill with which credit rating agencies are now taking issue.
Pennsylvania State Senator and Republican Gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner this morning criticized Governor Tom Wolf for his announcement that he will sign a watered-down version of pension reform today that was passed last week by the House and Senate.
The purpose of today’s email blast is to give you an update on my campaign for Governor.
We’re now learning that the committee had a $4 million surplus after the convention.The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that instead of returning this money to Pennsylvania taxpayers, the committee paid out $1 million in bonuses to Democrat political consultants.