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PA House GOP Leader: Budget Talks "Progressing Nicely"

by Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG (CBS) — Mid-way through June, positive signs abound as the Republican-controlled legislature and Democratic Governor Tom Wolf attempt to avoid the paralysis that gripped last year’s state budget process. 158 more words

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Gov. Wolf Still Reviewing Budget Legislation

By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG (CBS) — Governor Wolf says at the request of legislative Democratic leaders, he is holding off action for another day on budget legislation sent to him last week. 165 more words

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Pennsylvania House Democrats Block Funding For Temple, State-related Universities

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Democrats in the state House have, for now, blocked bills that would approve funding for Temple, Lincoln and other state-related universities as the battle over the state budget continues. 127 more words

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Pennsylvania is Failing in Philly Public Schools... so, close schools ?

The Pennsylvania Senate’s effort to amend the State School Code (H.B. 530), is part of the wrangling in backrooms  over our State Budget.   1,028 more words

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"State budget tardy for beginning of school year, and that hurts Pennsylvania students: Nathan Mains"

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This August 24, 2015 article on the PennLive.com website talks about the potential impact the late budget will have on schools in Pennsylvania.

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Child Welfare Agencies Call On Wolf To Expand Funding During Budget Impasse

By Jim Melwert

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — It’s now seven weeks that Pennsylvania has been without a budget, and agencies that rely on state funding are starting to sweat. 187 more words

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School Officials Voice Concern Over Lack Of State Budget As Summer Break Winds Down

By Jim Melwert

LANSDOWNE, Pa. (CBS) — Summer vacation is almost over for students across the Delaware Valley. But as schools get ready to open their doors, there is still no budget from Harrisburg. 274 more words

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