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More Than Three Dozen Economists Endorse Tartaglione’s Plan to Raise Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage

PHILADELPHIA, PA, March 13, 2019 – The $15 minimum wage proposal crafted by State Senator Christine M. Tartaglione(D-Philadelphia) in partnership with Governor Tom Wolf hasearned the endorsement of 38 economists and social scientists, who have co-signed a letter calling for…
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Sen. Tartaglione, Gov. Wolf Lead Rally for Long-Overdue Raise to Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage

PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 8, 2019 – State Sen. Christine M. Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf led a coalition of elected officials, labor leaders, worker advocates, and commuters at the bustling Frankford Transportation Center today to rally support for…
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Tartaglione Commends Governor’s Commitments to Workforce Development, Education in New Budget Proposal

HARRISBURG, PA, February 5, 2019 – State Sen. Christine M. Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) today declared her enthusiastic support for Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed Fiscal 2019-2020 budget as detailed by the governor in his annual budget address before a joint session of…
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Sen. Tartaglione Joins Gov. Wolf to Announce New Plan to Raise Pennsylvania’s Outdated Minimum Wage

HARRISBURG, PA, January 30, 2019 – State Sen. Christine M. Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) today joined Gov. Tom Wolf, state Rep. Patty Kim, many of their legislative colleagues, and many worker advocates to announce their plan to raise Pennsylvania’s outdated minimum wage,…
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