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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Shouldn’t we be done with Pa. budget now?

West Chester Daily Local News op-ed: Shouldn’t we be done with Pa. budget now?

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William Penn School District feeling effects of Pennsylvania budget impasse

The Delaware County Daily Times: William Penn School District feeling effects of Pennsylvania budget impasse

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School leaders: Voter referendum on property tax hikes would mean ‘slow death’ for public education

Lancaster Online: School districts are hurting, and the remedy, say education advocates, is a state budget with sufficient funding that’s fairly distributed.

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Pa. school officials lobby to keep taxing abilities

Newsworks.org: Pa. school officials lobby to keep taxing abilities

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Property tax elimination, back-end referendum continue to be topics of conversation in state Capitol

Capitolwire: Property tax elimination, back-end referendum continue to be topics of conversation in state Capitol.

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Property tax relief at center stage

The Citizens’ Voice: Property tax relief at center stage

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CFEF Opposes Backend Tax Referendum Proposal

Letter to Governor and Legislators: Oppose Backend Tax Referendum Proposal »

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Property tax debate takes the stage in Pa. Capitol

Patriot News: In a Monday letter to Wolf and top state lawmakers, the Campaign for Fair Education Funding said further restrictions would worsen already large funding inequities between Pennsylvania’s richer and poorer school districts.

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Proposal worries Pa. school advocates

York Daily Record: Proposal worries Pa. school advocates

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School districts: Proposal to require voter approval of tax hikes would be ‘prescription for disaster’

The Morning Call: School districts: Proposal to require voter approval of tax hikes would be ‘prescription for disaster’

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