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STATEMENT: Stopgap Budget Is Incomplete but Takes a Small Step Towards a Just Recovery

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center director Marc Stier issued the following statement in response to the Pennsylvania...

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GSG Polling Memo Toplines

Here are the toplines for the GSG polling memo released on May 15, 2020.

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What Not to Do in the Face of a COVID-19 Driven Recession: Lessons from the Corbett Years

As COVID-19 hurtles us towards a global recession, Pennsylvania will need to make difficult decisions about how to handle...

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Funds for Pennsylvania in the Senate Coronavirus Relief Act

Update April 1: Two additional funding streams are not yet included in the table below. 1. The state should...

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Webinar: 2020 Governor’s Budget Analysis

We were in the last two weeks of work on this analysis of the governor’s proposed budget for the...

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Calm Before the Storm: An Analysis of Governor Wolf’s Proposed Budget for 2020-21

We were in the last two weeks of work on this analysis of the governor’s proposed budget for the...

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Budget Summit 2020

*** POSTPONED *** Thursday, March 19, 2020 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Hilton Harrisburg, 1 North Second Street, Harrisburg...

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STATEMENT: On Governor Wolf’s Proposed 2020-21 Budget

Following Governor Wolf’s budget address, Marc Stier, director of the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, released the following response....

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The 2019-20 Enacted Budget: How Did Education Fare?

While this 2018-19 budget increase moves us in the right direction with increased funding for education, it still does...

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Some Steps Forward Amid Major Disappointments: Pennsylvania’s Enacted Budget 2019-2020

Pennsylvania enacted a $33.997 billion budget on June 28, 2019. And for the second year in a row, the...

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Analysis of Gov. Wolf’s Proposed 2019-20 State Budget

INTRODUCTION Some important things have changed in Pennsylvania politics as a result of the 2018 election. But the basic...

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STATEMENT: On the PA Budget Spending Plan Passed by the House Appropriations Committee

HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center director Marc Stier made the following statement after the PA House Appropriations...

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