Veto Override – 7 Reasons Republicans Should Be Careful What They Wish For

Jan Jarrett |

Yesterday, Representative Turzai, speaker of the House, said that Republicans may attempt to override Governor Wolf’s veto of the budget they passed in June. That budget raises no new revenue, does not increase school funding, does not provide any reduction in property taxes, and generates budget deficits in future years.

What would happen if the Republicans override Governor Wolf’s veto of their budget? Here are seven likely outcomes.

Pennsylvanians want increased funds for their schools, property tax relief, a tax on gas drilling and a responsible budget—not more political grandstanding.