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PLC 2016

Lincoln Radio Journal

Plug into
the Pulse of

(February 6, 2016 - February 12, 2016) This week on Lincoln Radio Journal: Lowman Henry has a Newsmaker interview with Brittany Corona of the Friedman Foundation about school choice options in Pennsylvania; Eric Montarti and Frank Gamrat have an Allegheny Institute Report on the financial health of Pittsburgh city schools; And, Beth Anne Mumford of Americans for Prosperity-PA has a Lincoln Radio Journal commentary on taxing a natural gas industry already in recession.

American Radio Journal

Lighting the brushfires of freedom

(February 6, 2016 - February 12, 2016) This week on American Radio Journal: Lowman Henry talks with John Gizzi of about the impact of the Iowa Caucuses; Andy Roth of the Club for Growth has the Real Story on where the candidates stand on pro-growth issues; And, Col. Frank Ryan, USMC (Ret.) has an American Radio Journal commentary on the velocity of money.

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Focus Group

Focus Group

Unions Yes,
Special Union Privileges No

A recent Public Opinion Court focus group session empaneled by the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. on Worker Freedom and Economic Progress found a generally favorable opinion of labor unions, but a lack of support for the special privileges that unions currently enjoy within the Pennsylvania political and policy structures...

A major theme that emerged from the group discussion was the lack of information voters in southeastern Pennsylvania receive about state government. While all of the participants were ... [View]

Recent Survey

2015 Fall Business Climate Survey

Malaise: Business Owners Turn Deeply

Governor Wolf posts 82% disapproval rating

Governor Tom Wolf, who owned and operated a mid-sized business before running for office, has become enormously unpopular with his former peers posting the second highest negative rating for a governor in the 20-year history of the [i]Keystone Business Climate Survey[ei]. The September poll of business owners and chief executive officers found 82% hold a negative view of the governor's job performance while 12% say he is doing a good job.

The governor's budget proposals lie at the heart of the business community's disapproval. Eight-one percent say the Wolf tax and spending plans would harm Pennsylvania's business climate, 64% say they would do significant harm. Further, Wolf gets the lion's share of the blame for ...

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