PA Budget Remains Stalled

HARRISBURG – Despite a Wednesday deadline, lawmakers made little progress enacting the 2010-11 PA state budget on Friday.

Republicans have indicated they’ll approve up to $27.8 billion for the state budget, but their Democrat counterparts argue another $1 billion is needed to prevent an estimated 20,000 government layoffs.

Another issue at stake is whether or not the state will receive some $850 million from a federal Medicaid fund, and how they would use the money if they do receive it. Congress has yet to approve it, and lawmakers say they cannot count on it.

You can learn more about the PA state budget by downloading this .pdf file.

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