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The Pennsylvania Senate is juggling a long-simmering fight over who pays for public schools just as Gov. Tom Wolf and top lawmakers appear to be struggling to hold together the skeleton of a budget Fight over who pays for Pa. Comment?
EDITORIAL: Raise minimum tipping wage Strong families equal strong communities Check out this story on yorkdispatch.com: Server Tina Nelson, left, takes an order for customer Steve Graby, right, of Lancaster, during the lunch hour at Round the Clock Diner on Arsenal Road in York, Pa. on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015. Comment?
Back in March, Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled a budget with a new and different vision for Pennsylvania: adequately and equitably funded schools, reduced property taxes and a commonsense severance tax. The alternative, proposed by the Republican-led Legislature: underfunded services and structural deficits. Comment?
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for the York area in April dropped one-tenth of a percentage point to 4.9 percent, according to a news release by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. The rate represents a six-tenths of a percentage point drop from April 2014 and 4.2 percentage point drop from February 2010, the height of the economic recession. Comment?
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate broke a string of three monthly increases in April as employers recorded the biggest one-month jobs gain in nearly two decades. The state Department of Labor and Industry said Friday that an April survey of employers showed that payrolls grew by 27,000 jobs, the biggest one-month jump since February 1996. Comment?
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rose in March for the third straight month, as the number of jobs declined and the ranks of job-seekers increased. The state Department of Labor and Industry said Friday the 5.3 percent rate was up from 5.2 percent in February, when payrolls hit a record high that offset the last of the job losses from the recession. Comment?
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