Pennsylvania Senate Studies House Revenue Plan; Wolf Optimistic For CompromiseThe Pennsylvania Senate returned from summer break Monday, and it remains unclear how soon the stalemate over how to fully fund the state budget may be broken.
With Pennsylvania Starved For Cash, Senate Set To Return From Summer BreakThe Senate returns from summer break Monday to tackle a controversial no-tax revenue plan passed by the House last week.
Pa. House Sends Senate Hotly Contested Revenue PlanVoting mostly along party lines, the state House has passed a controversial, Republican-crafted revenue plan to pay for Pennsylvania’s already-enacted budget without significant tax increases.
PA House Vote On GOP Revenue Plan Expected TuesdayThe state House is expected to vote Tuesday on a controversial plan to balance the already enacted state budget without major tax hikes or borrowing.
Wolf Airs Concerns About Title IX, Pushes For Campus Sexual Assault BillsGovernor Wolf says he’s concerned that US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will, as soon as Thursday, announce changes to Title IX enforcement in schools.
Governor Wolf: House GOP Budget Plan 'Irresponsible'It’s been almost two months since Governor Wolf allowed a new state budget to take effect without an agreement on how to fund it.
Wolf Calls For Universal Lead Testing For Pennsylvania InfantsGovernor Wolf is calling on lawmakers to enact legislation that would provide for universal lead testing of all infants in Pennsylvania.
Analysis: Key State Senator Shocked, Shocked That There Is Illegal Gaming In PA TavernsA key state Senator has taken a curious tack in the debate over allowing so-called VGT’s in liquor licensed establishments.
Pa. Gaming Board Again Votes In Favor Of Live! Casino ExpansionThe gaming board, for a second time Wednesday, ruled that the involvement of the principal owner of Parx in Stadium’s Live! Hotel and casino project is not a violation of state law.
Liquor Control Board Defends Planned Price IncreaseThe chairman of the Liquor Control Board Wednesday defended a plan to raise prices on more than 400 wine and spirits products later this month.
Wolf: ‘Comfortable With Communications’ As Revenue Discussions Drag OnThe state budget was passed on June 30th, and Governor Wolf had ten days to act on it.
No End In Sight To PA Budget StalemateUnable to reach a deal with the House on a plan to fully fund the budget that became law earlier this month, the Senate forged ahead on its own.