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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Wolf, Senate: No stopgap budget

Philly.com: Wolf, Senate: No stopgap budget.

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Fair School Funding Formula Key Component of Budget

State Rep. Steve Mentzer: Fair funding formula key component of budget.

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Campaign for Fair Education Funding urges governor and legislature to pass full-year budget

Press Release: Campaign for Fair Education Funding urges governor and legislature to pass full-year budget

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In their words: Governor, legislative leaders want a full budget, not a stopgap

PennLive: Governor and legislative leaders want a full budget, not a stopgap.

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Scranton schools may borrow millions, raise taxes in ‘unprecedented’ fiscal crisis

Scranton Times-Tribune: Scranton schools may borrow millions and raise taxes in an ‘unprecedented’ fiscal crisis.

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Philly schools: no cash after Jan. 29?

Philly.com: Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said the school system could run out of money on January 29 without a new state budget.

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Northwest Area may close schools over state budget stalemate

The Scranton Times-Tribune: Northwest Area may close schools over state budget stalemate.

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Board to consider $47 Million Loan

Erie Times-News: The Erie School Board will meet in special session Monday to consider authorizing Erie School District administrators to borrow up to $47 million as the state budget impasse continues.

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Budget impasse means some school borrowing in jeopardy, Standard & Poor’s says

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Budget impasse means some school borrowing in jeopardy, Standard & Poor’s says

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Lack of state budget leaves Nazareth Area School District with depleted reserves

Allentown Morning Call: Lack of state budget leaves Nazareth Area School District with depleted reserves

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