With a condensed session coming up in September, here’s what to look for as the PA General Assembly returns to the Capitol.
**UPDATE** 10:07 p.m. Gov. Tom Wolf signed the 2016-17 budget revenue package, closing a $1.3 billion funding gap and wrapping up the second budget of his administration. The shortfall was made up through a mix of new taxes, tax increases, and one-time cash infusions.
The modern-day American might be surprised to learn that “pursuit of happiness,” as it is used in the Declaration of Independence, has nothing to do with being “happy” as we understand it today.
By Rocco Pugliese, President Pugliese Associates I wanted to provide you with a status of this year’s negotiations for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Cyber Charter and Charter schools continue to be funded less than traditional schools in Pennsylvania. This could change for better or worse with legislation.
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Now that the 2016 Pennsylvania primary election is firmly behind us, we provide a postmortem on the results and what they mean.
By Rocco Pugliese, President Pugliese Associates **UPDATE: March 23, 2016, 1:45 PM** Governor Wolf Says: “It’s Time To Move On” Governor Tom Wolf announced today that he will not sign, veto, or blue line HB 1801, the most recent Budget Bill put on his desk by the Legislature. By not taking action, the bill will… Read More»
In this month’s budget update, Rocco Pugliese takes a look at the state of the PA budget impasse and what its prospects are for breaking.
This month’s budget update from Pugliese Associates details the latest about the PA budget impasse.