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(Season 2, Episode 1, recorded January 17, 2022) In this episode,PACB President & CEO Kevin Shivers discusses with Spotlight PA journalist Kate Huangpu, the process underway to redraw Pennsylvania’s congressional and state legislative district boundaries. The outcome of Pennsylvania’s map could decide which party controls Congress next year. (Season 1, Episode 5, recorded October 27,2021) In this episode, PACB President & CEO Kevin Shivers speaks with Sen. Camera Bartolotta, about her resolution urging Congress to oppose the IRS reporting mandate. Sen. Bartolotta represents Beaver, Greene and Washington Counties, and chairs the Senate Labor & Industry Committee.
(Season 1, Episode 4, recorded April 6, 2021) In this video session, In this episode of PACB’s Capitol Connect, PACB President and CEO Kevin Shivers speaks with state House Commerce Committee Chairman Brad Roae (R-Crawford County) about the lawmaker’s priorities to bolster the state economy, including the timing of legislation to protect the state Bank Fund.
(Season 1, Episode 3, recorded February 24, 2021) In this video session, PACB's Capitol Connect explores another decision to expand tort liability by the state Supreme Court. This time, the Court applied a strict liability to the catch-all provision of the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection law. The PCCJR’s Curt Schroder, Esq., explains the implications of Gregg v Ameriprise Financial.
(Season 1, Episode 2, recorded February 12, 2021) In this video session, In this edition of the PACB’s Capital Connect podcast, NFIB’s Gordon Denlinger praised community banks for helping to keep small businesses open through the federal paycheck protection program. NFIB also thanked PACB for its work on a new law exempting PPP proceeds from state income tax. Denlinger also outlines small-business concerns with the proposed PA State Budget. Click here for some Budget Takeaways from PACB on the Governor's proposed 2021-2022 state budget.