Pa. Budget Revenue Talks Grind OnWhile no increases in sales or income taxes have been proposed, other taxes have been discussed
At Pa. Capitol, Budget Negotiations Drag OnThe state Senate returned to session Monday but ended up with nothing to show for it.
Unbalanced Pa. State Budget Bill Becomes LawPennsylvania's $32 billion state budget bill became law Tuesday, even though it is badly out of balance.
Pa. Budget In Limbo As Midnight Deadline For Revenue Plan NearsWolf has until midnight to sign the budget, allow it to become law without signing it, or veto it in whole or in part.
Pa. Budget Still Lacks Revenue PlanGov. Tom Wolf has 10 days from last Friday to veto the budget bill, sign it or let it become law without his signature.
Pennsylvania Budget Talks Continue As Stalemate Enters Day 5Pennsylvania lawmakers have no firm timetable to return to Harrisburg as a stalemate enters its fifth day over paying for a $32 billion budget package.
State Lawmakers Look For Way To Balance $32 Billion BudgetLegislative leaders met Monday afternoon to come up with a plan to pay for the budget they passed last Friday.
Lawmakers Prep For Budget Votes, Await Plan To Pay For ItPennsylvania lawmakers will take up a $32 billion bipartisan spending package on the state fiscal year's final day, although lawmakers don't know how it'll be paid for.
Top GOP Lawmakers Take Budget Differences Down To WirePennsylvania lawmakers are starting the second-to-last day of the state government's fiscal year, as top Republicans say little about how they'll deal with the state's biggest cash shortfall since the recession.
County Officials Urge State Lawmakers To Pass Budget On TimeRepublican lawmakers, who control the state legislature, are divided over how to fund an agreed-upon $31.9 billion state budget that's supposed to be in place by Saturday, July 1.
State Budget Still In Limbo Ahead Of Friday's DeadlinePennsylvania lawmakers continue to grapple with how to plug another significant deficit.
Much Up In The Air As Budget Deadline LoomsCurrently, lawmakers and the governor are facing a big budget deficit with no clear answers about how to close it.