Pennsylvania budget six months past due – what to expect

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Pennsylvania's budget stalemate continues into month six, and while legislators met over the weekend, no resolution was reached.
At this point, there are many questions about how this will impact tax payers and businesses, but in what way?

We sat down with Matthew Brouillette with Commonwealth Foundation and discussed what taxpayers can expect at this point and understanding what this delay means to not only businesses and organizations but also for legislators.

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