Gov. Wolf Seeks Approval For Online Lottery GamesGov. Tom Wolf wants to raise additional revenue by putting lottery games online.
Gov. Wolf: 'Very Different Tone' In Budget ProcessGov. Tom Wolf believes budget discussions are starting out from a “far better place” than they did in previous years.
Gov. Wolf Proposes $2B In Spending Cuts To Balance BudgetGov. Tom Wolf is proposing more than $2 billion in spending cuts to help balance the state budget.
Wolf To Seek Another $10M To Help Reverse Drug OverdosesGov. Tom Wolf will ask lawmakers for another $10 million to help save the lives of people overdosing on heroin or prescription drugs.
Health Agency Consolidation May Be Another Sign Of Worsening State Budget CrisisThere are growing signs of a worsening budget crisis for Pennsylvania.
Faced With Looming Budget Deficit, Local Lawmakers Rule Out Major Tax HikesThere’s at least one thing Pennsylvania lawmakers of both parties agree on -- the state faces another budget deficit.
Pa. House Leader Continues Push To Overhaul Gov’t As Lawmakers Are Sworn InKey leaders say lawmakers need to completely rethink the structure of Pennsylvania’s government
Pennsylvania State Government Facing More Projected DeficitsThe Pennsylvania Legislature's independent budget analyst projected more big deficits in the coming years, including a shortfall this year.
Pennsylvania's Cigarette Tax To Rise By $1 Per Pack Aug. 1Starting Aug. 1, Pennsylvania's newly enacted budget package means that the per-pack tax on cigarettes will rise by $1 to $2.60.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Eye Final Votes On Tax PackageHouse and Senate votes were expected on a $1.3 billion revenue package that was still under wraps Wednesday morning after lawmakers worked into Tuesday night to settle its final details.
Pennsylvania Budget Strategy Dares Lawsuit, Bond DowngradeTuesday was expected to be crucial to determining whether the tax-averse Legislature controlled by huge Republican majorities will pass a tax increase to fully fund the spending bill.
Gov. Wolf Allows Budget To Become Law, But Waits For Revenue Bill To Pay For ItDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf said he would not stop a roughly $31 billion election-year spending bill from becoming law.