Gov. Wolf reboots plan to monetize Farm Show Complex through a lease-leaseback

Gov. Wolf reboots plan to monetize Farm Show Complex through a lease-leaseback

Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that, as part of his ongoing effort to manage state finances in the absence of a balanced budget, that he is rebooting a plan from his February budget address to monetize the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex through a lease-leaseback provision.

Monday, October 9, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Ongoing budget impasse puts state-related universities in funding jeopardy

Ongoing budget impasse puts state-related universities in funding jeopardy

With Gov. Tom Wolf set to manage the state’s finances given the protracted revenue-related budget impasse currently facing the Commonwealth, state-related universities have yet to get approval of their funding—a combined $650 million—and they are now sounding off about the impact not having that funding might have on their operations.

Thursday, October 5, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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As latest revenue deal breaks down, Gov. Wolf steps in to manage state finances

As latest revenue deal breaks down, Gov. Wolf steps in to manage state finances

As the latest attempts by the state General Assembly to reach agreement on budget-balancing revenue broke down Wednesday, Gov. Tom Wolf announced he is stepping in to balance the Commonwealth’s books.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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House set to consider revenue bill led by hotel, fireworks taxes

House set to consider revenue bill led by hotel, fireworks taxes

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives Tuesday took the step of putting into place for a final vote in that chamber a linchpin revenue bill that has been seen as the largest log in the jam of the state’s most recent budget impasse.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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As revenue “deal” lingers incomplete, lawmakers work toward consensus on final plan

As revenue “deal” lingers incomplete, lawmakers work toward consensus on final plan

Amid widespread speculation of an agreed-to revenue framework to conclude the FY 2017-2018 budget, lawmakers returned to Harrisburg Monday to work toward getting final, yet elusive, agreement on a consensus plan that would fund the $2.2 billion deficit attached to the current fiscal year’s budget.

Monday, October 2, 2017/Author: Jason Gottesman
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