Wolf Exercises Line-Item Veto, Releases Emergency Money To School, Human Service AgenciesGovernor Wolf has announced he is vetoing parts of a Republican-passed budget sent to him last week while allowing emergency funds to get to schools and social service agencies.
Wolf To Reveal Next Move, Week After Getting GOP Budget PlanGov. Tom Wolf's office declined to say what he will announce Tuesday morning from his paneled reception room in the Capitol.
Wolf Aide Trashes Budget Bill On Governor’s Desk; Mum On Possible ActionGovernor Wolf’s office says he will make an announcement Tuesday morning on what he plans to do with a Republican-passed budget on his desk. Monday, the governor still wasn’t saying what he might do, but one of his top aides released a statement criticizing the spending plan as a display of “fiscal irresponsibility.”
Pennsylvanian's Paying Too Much In Taxes
Pa. House, Senate Pass Competing Budget PlansThe Senate Monday passed a budget bill that represents the framework of a deal negotiated by Republican legislative leaders and the Democratic governor.
The Latest: Senate Passes Pension And Budget LegislationThe latest on the efforts by the Pennsylvania Legislature to pass budget bills and related legislation to end a 5-month-old stalemate that has shut off state aid to counties, schools and social services organizations.
Wolf Risking Scholarships In Battle Over PA Budget
Matt Brouillette Of The Commonwealth Foundation Reacts To Proposed Budget Deal
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 10Chris discusses the resignation of the President of the University of Missouri amid student protests, a controversial Christmas display at the King of Prussia Mall, and Jeb Bush's plan to attack Marco Rubio. He talked to the Lt. Governor of Missouri, Peter Kinder, at 7:20 about the upheaval at the University and author David Limbaugh at 8:20 about his new book, the Emmaus Code.
With No State Budget, Phila. School District Forced To Borrow To Make Ends MeetDistrict deputy CFO Erin Davis says the district has daily cash needs.
SEPTA Considers Papal Weekend Success, But Reports LossesSpokesman Andrew Bush says Septa paid 2.3 million dollars in overtime on the pope weekend and another 1.6 million on materials and equipment for planning and crowd control.
Top PA Senate Dem: Broad-Based Tax Increase UnlikelyPennsylvania has been without a budget for almost four months.

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