Presentations

The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center produces a variety of reports, policy briefs, and other publications on state budget and tax policy, health care policy, education policy, poverty and public welfare, the economy, and several related issues. Below is an archive of all PBPC publications to date.

Browse by Issue: You can also browse PBPC publications by the following issue areas:

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December 16, 2014

Summary and PowerPoint presentation from the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center's "The Road Ahead in PA: 2015 Economic & Budget Outlook" Luncheon in Harrisburg.

November 13, 2014

This webinar focuses on the mechanics of a potential new funding formula for Pennsylvania, such as base costs, weights, funding factors, and comprehensive cost analysis.

October 9, 2014

This webinar takes a look at the report, "Reform, Not Repeal: Pennsylvania Can Provide Property Tax Relief and Protect Public Schools," which finds that property taxes are moderate in most Pennsylvania communities, and recommends that the state should better target its property tax relief and overhaul its assessment system rather than eliminate the local property taxes that fund our children’s schools and prepare our future workforce.

September 22, 2014

Working families in Pennsylvania pay a far higher share of their income in state and local taxes than the state’s wealthiest earners. And – thanks to corporate tax loopholes, the phase out of the capital stock and franchise tax, and other tax breaks – taxes collected from corporations in Pennsylvania have declined as a share of total tax revenue over the past 30 years … and the share coming from individual taxpayers has increased.

Updated: February 26, 2014

View video, PowerPoint presentations, photos, and other resources from the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center's 2014 Budget Summit in Harrisburg. 

November 25, 2013

This webinar takes a closer look at proven strategies to provide property tax relief to those who most need it — while protecting critical investments in public education.

November 1, 2013

Learn more about the Governor's Healthy PA plan, what's at stake for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians in the ongoing debate over expanding Medicaid, and the latest on the Health Insurance Marketplace in Pennsylvania.

October 18, 2013

Legislative proposals to eliminate school property taxes are being debated in Harrisburg, but what does it mean for school funding in Pennsylvania?

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