For all practical purposes, the General Fund budget signed in part by Governor Wolf in late December was the same one he vetoed in early July.
Under current Pennsylvania law, it is solely the responsibility of the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) to release Educational Improvement Tax Credits (EITC) and the Opportun
Pennsylvania is charging ahead with regulations to implement the Obama Administration’s master plan to cool down a planet we are told is on
New York Corruption Trial Turns Spotlight On Hefty Legal Fees Related To Asbestos Compensation Trusts
The corruption trial of former Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Sheldon Silver, is pulling back the curtain on some of the cozy relat
Legislative sources say that the next move to break Governor Wolf’s budget shutdown, now in its 16 week, will be to give the governor a piece of his original state spending plan: a higher sales tax
Finally… From Broad-Based Tax Increases
Governor Tom Wolf vetoed funding approved by the General Assembly last week to rescue social services, school funding, and other programs stranded by Wolf’s state government shutdown.
As lawmakers hold firm against the Wolf tax increase proposals they are also warding off some bad actors that go along with them.
This week, House Republicans needed just a little Democratic help to fund an array of social services, stranded by the now eight week impasse over a state spending plan. They didn’t get it.
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