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You Could Soon Gamble at Philadelphia International Airport

You’ve probably heard by now that Gov. Tom Wolf signed several pieces of legislation on Monday aimed at funding the state’s $32 billion spending plan. The bills […]

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Temple Tuition Could Go Up $12K, Penn State $10K Due to Pa. Budget Stalemate

Pennsylvania’s infamous budget stalemate could end in-state tuition discounts at at least three – and likely more – state-related schools. PennLive reports that officials from Temple, […]


Philadelphia City Council Says “No” to Wolf Tech Tax

Since Governor Wolf proposed the reinstatement of the “tech tax” in his Pennsylvania budget proposal, tech leaders across Philadelphia have rallied against it, and on […]

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Pa. Budget Shortfall at $1 Billion and Counting

In case you weren’t already worried enough about state and federal funding issues, here’s a frightening piece of information: Pennsylvania is facing its largest budget shortfall […]

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Report: Wolf Claims GOP Budget Would Cut 1,500 State Jobs

Gov. Tom Wolf warned yesterday that the House-approved GOP budget would eliminate 1,500 more state jobs than his own proposed budget. 

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Pa. House GOP Passes its Own State Budget Bill

In response to Gov. Tom Wolf‘s $32.3 billion budget proposal in February, state House Republicans have passed a budget bill that calls for $800 million less in […]

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Five Things to Know About Gov. Wolf’s Budget Proposal

Watch the video of my full #PAbudget address, and read my message to the people of Pennsylvania: https://t.co/X3JDrSSkO3 pic.twitter.com/oRM5kUznua — Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) February […]

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Wolf to Sign Revenue Bills With Tax Increases on Cigarettes, Downloads

Gov. Tom Wolf has vowed to sign revenue bills passed last night by the Pennsylvania legislature that include additional tobacco taxes and apply the state sales […]

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State Will Spend $20 Million More to Fight Opiate Addiction Next Year

The epidemic of opiate addiction has gotten so bad over the last few years that finding better ways to treat addicts — and to stop […]