Scholarship Program Accepting Applications for 21/22 School Year

The scholarship program is administered by PRLA's charitable foundation, PRLA Educational Foundation (PRLAEF). It annually provides Pennsylvania students with the opportunity to further their...
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Restaurants & Bars: New Technology Recommendations for Pandemic Indoor Dining

Outdoor conditions will soon make it too cold for al-fresco service in many parts of the country. As a result, many restaurant owners and...

PRLA Relief Fund for Hospitality Workers Distributes Over 800 Grants

PRLA raised $257,627 for Hospitality Assistance Response of Pennsylvania (HARP) to fund 848 one-time grants of $250 to provide immediate emergency assistance to hospitality...

New Member Benefit: FocusHRO

PRLA is dedicated to ensuring the vitality of the hospitality and tourism industry in Pennsylvania. Saving time and money while using a reputable, trust-worthy...

Top 10 Items for Licensee Operations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Licensees MUST require all customers to wear masks while entering, exiting, or otherwise traveling throughout the restaurant (face masks may be removed while...

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act Refresher for the Hospitality Industry

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is a federal statute that regulates the use of Automatic Telephone Dialing Systems (ATDS). The TCPA defines the...

An Update on Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Act

It has been almost two years since medical marijuana has been available in Pennsylvania. As reported in a Legal Docket article last summer, Pennsylvania’s...
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Legislative Corner—Fall 2020

State Items A federal judge in Western Pennsylvania ruled that aspects of the Wolf Administration’s COVID-19 mitigation strategies were unconstitutional, specifically the business shutdown order...

Legislative Corner—Summer 2020

State Items Reopening Pennsylvania On July 1, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the Pennsylvania Legislature does not have the power to overturn Gov. Wolf’s emergency...
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