I agree with most of the things you said in the Dec. 12 editorial regarding Pennsylvania's problems except for right to work.
There is no arguing that right-to-work states are attracting and keeping existing and startup businesses at a much higher rate than non-right-to-work states and have lower employment rates.
To put right to work in Pennsylvania on the back burner is to delay progress in the state's business climate and to delay our advantage over other states that will be jumping in before us.
There are currently 24 states with right-to-work including Michigan (unbelievably), and there will certainly be more. The competition for Pennsylvania will be increasing. Why not get ahead of the pack?
William R. England