New Website: Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center
Posted by on September 23, 2013
We are proud that lawmakers, reporters, and advocates have come to rely on the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center for the latest from Harrisburg. Whether it’s investing in education, closing corporate tax loopholes, or ensuring every Pennsylvanian can see a doctor when they get sick — we’re on it.
To make it easier for you to access our analysis, we are launching a brand new web site this week. It has a new look, but more importantly it puts everything you need right at your fingertips:
– There’s a lot more going on than the budget. We now have more issue pages than ever. Learn how we fought hard to close corporate tax loopholes. Get the facts on education funding, enrollment, and school poverty. Understand better what the Affordable Care Act means for Pennsylvania. Find the latest figures on employment in the commonwealth. And, yes, we have a lot on the state budget, too.
– Webinars, really? Yes, we do webinars, and now you can find them along with our latest commentaries, press releases, news clips, videos, and podcasts at our expanded Media Center.
– Now where did I place that budget analysis? Our new Publications Page allows you to easily find past budget analyses, revenue trackers, briefing papers, legislative testimony, presentations, blog posts, and much more. You can even sort posts by month and year.
– Get to know us better. Check out our expanded “About PBPC” section. Learn about our history, who our partners are, job and internship opportunities, how to request a speaker, where to make a donation, and much more.
The web site is new, but the URL has not changed. You can still find us at http://www.pennbpc.org. We hope you will come visit and tell your friends about it.
Thanks for your support —
Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center
The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center is a non-partisan policy research project that provides independent, credible analysis on state tax, budget and related policy matters, with attention to the impact of current or proposed policies on working families
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