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Monthly Archives: December 2015

School districts find welcome relief in release of state funding

Citizens Voice: School districts find welcome relief in release of state funding.

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Thumbs up & down on Gov. Wolf’s budget “veto”

Chambersburg Public Opinion: Local approval and disapproval has greeted Gov. Tom Wolf’s action on Tuesday to veto portions of the state budget.

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Lashing out at lawmakers, Wolf sending billions to Pa. schools, social services

Newsworks.org: “This budget will provide some temporary relief, but we must be clear. It is simply inadequate,” said the Campaign for Fair Education Funding in a statement. “This budget does not put the state on a path toward ensuring that all students – no matter where they live – can succeed in meeting Pennsylvania’s […]

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Wolf slams ‘garbage’ budget by GOP, announces partial veto

Philadelphia Inquirer: “It is a short-term infusion, not a long-term solution, to the state’s school funding crisis,” the Campaign for Fair Education Funding said in a statement.

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Wolf vetoes part of budget, OKs school cash

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Wolf vetoes part of budget, OKs school cash

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Lawmakers must now reach a real budget agreement

Press Release: Lawmakers must now reach a real budget agreement

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Rose Tree Media School District makes an exception to the rule

The Delaware County Daily Times:  Rose Tree Media School District makes an exception to the rule.

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Scranton School District OKs 2016 budget, still searching for $31.2M to avoid default

Scranton Times-Tribune: As Scranton School District officials still search for $31.2 million to avoid default this year, they will raise taxes and borrow money next year.

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Norwin superintendent, board eye district shutdown until state budget is passed

WTAE-Pittsburgh: Norwin superintendent, board eye district shutdown until state budget is passed.

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A closer look at the Pennsylvania House Republicans’ latest stopgap funding plan

PennLive: a closer look at the Pennsylvania House Republicans’ latest stopgap funding plan.

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