Gov. Wolf Says State Must Do More To Help SchoolsAs school districts across the state struggle to adopt budgets for the next school year without help from Harrisburg, the talk of laying off teachers, cutting programs and raising local property taxes has gotten louder.
Local Democrats Say Wolf Retaliates Against Constituents For Their GOP Budget VoteLocal Democratic lawmakers are accusing the governor, a fellow Democrat, of hurting their local constituents.
East Allegheny Schools, Other Programs Relieved Budget Impasse Is OverNews that Pennsylvania will have a budget because Gov. Tom Wolf will allow the GOP version to become law came just the nick of time for some school districts and social service groups.
Gov. Wolf Ends Budget Stalemate, Accepts GOP BudgetIt's been more than 250 days since Pennsylvania had a final budget, but no more.
Gov. Wolf Standing Firm On Budget PositionGov. Tom Wolf is standing firm on his position as the nine-month budget impasse continues without an end in sight.
Wolf Threatens Veto Of GOP's Spending Bill In Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is threatening to veto Republican spending legislation that could arrive on his desk by day's end.
Wolf Blasts New GOP Bill In Pennsylvania's Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday blasted the latest budget plan to be advanced by Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania's eight-month partisan battle.
Wolf Begins Defense Of Spending Plan In Budget HearingsGov. Tom Wolf's administration will begin defending his $33.3 billion budget proposal to the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Gov. Wolf Uses Clairton Grade School To Promote His Budget PlanClairton School District welcomed Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday, where grade school students greeted him with a Valentine's song.
Funding Included For C-17 Squadron At 911th Airlift WingThe budget sent by President Obama to Congress on Tuesday includes $85 million to establish a squadron of C-17 carbon planes at a western Pennsylvania Air Force base.
Gov. Wolf's Tough Budget Talk To Legislators Gets Mixed ReactionPennsylvania government will set a modern state record for budget gridlock on Tuesday when Gov. Tom Wolf sends lawmakers a spending proposal for the coming fiscal year with no full plan in place for the current fiscal year that began back in July.
Wolf To Seek Another Boost For Pre-Kindergarten ProgramsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf says he wants a $60 million boost to state-subsidized pre-kindergarten programs in Pennsylvania next year.

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