Pennsylvania’s top fiscal watchdog says another budget impasse would lead to a “back-door tax increase.” State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale
Pennsylvania school board members came to the Capitol on Monday, some of them downright weary. "It’s been a grueling year,"
Pennsylvania’s budget gridlock is over, but school districts are focusing on another piece of unwelcome news: After years of delayed
Nearly nine months into the fiscal year, Pennsylvania’s budget impasse will end — or nearly end — this week. Gov.
Pennsylvania budget hearings for the governor’s most recent spending proposal have drawn to a close, but not without an unusual bit
Pennsylvania hasn’t had a full spending plan for more than eight months, and top lawmakers haven’t had a budget meeting with
Pennsylvania’s Gov. Wolf, a Democrat, offered up some tough talk for the GOP-controlled Pennsylvania legislature in his second budget address, scarcely
The Keystone exams are officially on the back burner. On Wednesday, Gov. Wolf signed into law a plan to delay
Gov. Wolf’s administration and the legislature are facing a lawsuit from Pennsylvania schools over the budget impasse’s freeze on education funding.
The warm, fuzzy feelings didn’t last long. As Pennsylvania expedited billions of dollars in overdue payments to schools, counties, and