- Late News. // American Laundry News (Crain Communications Inc. (MI));Apr2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p1
Reports on the executive order signed by Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell on March 18, 2004 that bans Commonwealth of Pennsylvania agencies from contracting with companies that employ sweatshop labor to make or launder apparel in the U.S. Reason behind the move; Condition of garment...
- Pennsylvania Governor Nixes Sweatshop Goods. Malone, Scott // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;3/19/2004, Vol. 187 Issue 58, p13
Reports that Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell will sign an executive order in March 2004, establishing an "Anti-Sweatshop Procurement Policy" for all apparel and other uniforms bought by the state. Mandate that the state will only buy apparel from vendors that pay the legal minimum wage in...
- NORTHEAST. // Modern Healthcare;5/28/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 22, p20
This section offers news briefs on hospitals in Northeastern States in the U.S. as of May 2007. Seven additional hospitals from New Jersey have joined a pay-for-performance program offered by the Leapfrog Group. Two executive orders aimed at reducing the incidence of chronic diseases and the...
- TECHNOLOGY UPDATE. Paul, Reid // Drug Topics;5/12/2008, Vol. 152 Issue 6, p74
The article offers news briefs related to drug industry. The California Board of Pharmacy has delayed the implementation of electronic pedigree requirements until 2011. Med-Health Pharma has begun using Traceless System, a system that places markers on its packages, from Kodak. Edward G. Rendell...
- Could it be that we are wussies? Or just rude? Hatfield, David // Inside Tucson Business;2/11/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 38, p20
The author reflects on the contention of Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell about seeing the people in the U.S. becoming weak.
- New Law Toughens Pennsylvania Poaching Penalties. Absher, J. R. // Bowhunting World;Nov2010, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p141
The article reports that Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell signed legislation that increases penalties for poaching wildlife in the Keystone State and sets a minimum fine of 1,000 U.S. dollars and possible jail time for some wildlife-related offenses.
- Philadelphia Mayor proposes budget without funding for state courts. Demenchuk, Michael // Bond Buyer;01/28/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30319, p1
Reports on the budget proposal of Edward Rendell, Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Estimated budget for fiscal 1999 at $2.61 billion; Reduction in wage taxes for resident and non-resident workers; Decision to skip funding for state courts; Pledge of additional funding for the city schools.
- Hall of fame. Bissinger, Buzz // Vanity Fair;Feb98, Issue 450, p54
Focuses on Mayor Edward G. Rendell of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and how he rescued the city from bankruptcy. Measures taken by Rendell to help the city; Characteristics of Rendell; Details on activities Rendell participated in to raise funds.
- Sincerely delusional. Wilson, Bill // Roads & Bridges;Nov2010, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p6
The author argues against the actions taken by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to defend Act 44, which required Turnpike to fork over 922 million U.S. dollars annually for transportation projects starting in 2010. He cites the effort launched by Pennsylvania Governor Ed...