HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania state lawmakers, judges and top executive branch officials, including Gov. Tom Corbett, will see a few hundred dollars more in salary in 2014, unless they decline it.
The increase is just 0.3 percent, smaller than most other years because of the region’s sluggish inflation.READ MORE: Pedestrian Struck Near Ben Franklin Bridge In Camden, New Jersey
The bump takes effect Dec. 1 for lawmakers and Jan. 1 for judges and top executive branch officials.READ MORE: 1-Year-Old, 12-Year-Old Injured In Nicetown House Fire
The salary range for lawmakers starts at $84,000, up to $131,000 for the House speaker and Senate president pro tempore. The Supreme Court’s chief justice will be paid $206,000, common pleas judges about $174,000 and district judges about $87,000.
Corbett will be paid almost $188,000, although his office says he only takes the $175,000 salary set for the governor back when he was elected in 2010.MORE NEWS: Clementon Park And Splash World Reopening Friday For First Time In Nearly 2 Years
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