It's Our Money Archive: March, 2010

Morning Money: Greece-y

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Gov. Rendell is warning natural gas companies not to fight his proposed tax on Marcellus Shale drilling, saying public opinion might turn against... Read more

Actually, the city accepts cash for a lot of things...

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Just a quick note: Speaking about the case of a Dept. of Revenue supervisor who allegedly solicited a cash payment from a contractor, District... Read more

There's more than one way to frustrate taxpayers

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We were just saying on Friday how, even though there are important differences between the recent cases of city employees being prosecuted... Read more

Surrendering on the severance tax

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Yesterday, in an editorial praising the State House for passing an early budget, the Inquirer quoted House Appropriations Chairman Dwight Evans... Read more

Gambling for good?

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Thought the debate about gambling was over? Think again. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers has joined... Read more

Morning Money: Time for paint by numbers?

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It looks like the cash-strapped city of Harrisburg is preparing to miss a debt payment. The state should find out today whether its bid to... Read more

Editorial: Show us the money

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MAYOR NUTTER's proposals to tax sugary drinks and collect yearly fee for residential trash services have generated fierce debate. The administration... Read more

How risky is the state pension fund?

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Over at Philly Deals, Joseph DiStefano is pushing back against a recent NPR report that claims Pennsylvania has the riskiest investment portfolio... Read more