Recent Articles from Justin Henry
The state Public Utility Commission has enacted protections for families and small businesses struggling financially because of the pandemic. The motion, passed on Thursday, also establishes reporting requirements for utilities to help the commission explore long-term solutions to address economic and consumer utility concerns in 2021.
Utz Quality Foods has appointed Shannan Redcay to the role of senior vice president of innovation and value creation, in which she is tasked with advancing the snack company’s brand innovation into new categories and delivering consumer-led capitalization on emerging trends. Officially beginning in the role in August, Redcay is responsible for leading efforts to […]
State environmental regulators said Tuesday they collected a civil penalty of $736,294.11 from the Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company (Transco) for violations associated with the construction of the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline in Northumberland, Schuylkill and seven other counties.
“Let there be no doubt, this EQB vote represents a major milestone in Pennsylvania’s efforts to combat climate change,” Joseph Otis Minott, executive director and chief counsel of Clean Air Council, said in a statement.
Survey data is the first major release from Harper Polling after being acquired by D.C.-based polling company Cygnal, who said it acquired Harper to gain access to “elite” policy and lobbying circles in Harrisburg.
A District Court has ruled in favor of Pennsylvania and 17 other states that sued the Department of Labor over its guidelines for determining whether employers can be held as jointly liable for wages, overtime and violations under the federal employment protection statutes.
As the state’s Health Department unveils a contact tracing app for smartphone users to help monitor the spread of the novel coronavirus, state lawmakers advanced legislation this week to ensure privacy and provide access to the necessary broadband capabilities in underserved parts of the commonwealth.
State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said his department’s report on the state’s controversial waiver process that allowed certain businesses to operate amid the pandemic will be released to the public during the first week of October.
Penn National Gaming plans to launch a sports betting app through its partnership with Barstool Sports for Pennsylvania customers next week, following a live, real-money test period with pre-registered users, the Wyomissing-based casino operator announced on Tuesday.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday renewed the state’s 90-day disaster declaration for a second time, marking six months since the state recorded the first two presumptive cases of the novel coronavirus.
While COVID-19 has caused unprecedented disruption and an uncertain future for business leaders, recent survey data indicate it’s accelerating an inevitable paradigm shift to the digital sphere across industries.