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HARRISBURG - The PA Budget and Policy Center and the Keystone Research Center will hold a Facebook Live event for press and other interested parties to release a briefing paper that highlights the extent to which colleges in Pennsylvania facilitate economic mobility for working and middle class families.  The Facebook Live event will be on Monday, April 24 at 4:00 PM.

HARRISBURG – Marc Stier, Director of the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, made the following statement following the release of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) scoring for the "American Health Care Act," the GOP House healthcare proposal:

HARRISBURG – Following Governor Wolf's budget address, Marc Stier, Director of the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center, made the following statement:

 

“For those of us who believe that the government and non-profit sectors have a key role to play in creating communities that thrive and broadly shared prosperity, there is much to like in Governor Wolf’s proposed budget for 2017-2018.

PENNSYLVANIA – In the wake of Budget Secretary Randy Albright’s mid-year budget briefing and the news that the Pennsylvania budget for 2016-17 will have a deficit of $600 million, the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center today released a new, comprehensive revenue proposal to address the looming deficit for FY 2017-18, which when combined with the deficit for this fiscal year, could approach $3 billion.

 

Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center Director Marc Stier made the following statement following Budget Secretary Randy Albright's mid-year budget briefing:

Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center Director Marc Stier made the following statement following the Independent Fiscal Office release of their Five Year Economic and Budget Outlook:


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