Pennsylvania lawmakers may be looking at correcting the Philadelphia soda tax debacle, but the Pennsylvania Governor is apparently focused more on pleasing the labor unions in the Keystone State. Governor Tom Wolf headlined a rally in Harrisburg this week with the state Conference of Teamsters to oppose a couple of right to work proposals moving through the state legislature. Both bills would have financial implications for organized labor in the state, but for different reasons. The Freedom of Employment Act would make it illegal for employers to require union membership as a condition of employment, while the Protection of Public Employee Wage Act, which has already passed the Senate, would prohibit public employers from collecting money intended for political purposes from the wages of public employees.