July 10, 2016 Bipartisan, Compromise Budget to Become Law Budget News, Education, Press Release, Schools That Teach, Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA –Governor Wolf today announced that the bipartisan, compromise budget will become law.“If a revenue package were already on my desk, I would have been proud to sign it,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “If a revenue package is passed before midnight on Monday, I will be equally as proud to sign it then. But if the General Assembly fails to pass a responsible revenue package by tomorrow evening, this bill will become law without my signature.“This budget makes historic investments in education that will bring us closer to restoring the cuts of the past and invests vital money to fight the opioid crisis that has struck Pennsylvania. As has been said by Republicans and Democrats alike, this is a budget Pennsylvania can be proud of, and it puts us back on a path to fiscal responsibility and a sustainable future.”Read the full transcript from the announcement. The General Appropriations bill passed by the House and Senate provides a historic investment in education and essential funding in the fight against the opioid epidemic. It also provides critical services for our seniors and most vulnerable—many of whom rely on these programs as a last resort. Finally, it looks out for the bottom line—only increasing spending where absolutely necessary.While there has been progress on a compromise revenue package that will sustain the investments made in the budget, the time is now to finish the job. The House and Senate have indicated they will send a $1.3 billion dollar revenue bill to Governor Wolf’s desk that pays for the budget, and the governor looks forward to reviewing a bill with sustainable, recurring, and sufficient revenue.“In the last few months, Harrisburg has proven that challenges can be overcome to achieve big things that will have a positive impact on the lives of Pennsylvanians,” said Governor Wolf. “We’ve enacted historic liquor reform, legalized medical marijuana, and agreed upon a fair funding formula for our schools. This budget is another shining example of the effectiveness of that sort of bi-partisan cooperation—but we are not done yet. We owe it to taxpayers, our children, seniors, and our most vulnerable to bring this across the finish line, and continue the spirit of cooperation that has made this progress possible. I believe by continuing to compromise, we can achieve that goal.” SHARE TWEET SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf
Greensburg, IN—Honda stated in a press release today that it will suspend production beginning March 23 through March 31. Honda says it will continue to pay its employees affected by the pause in production. In the United States, the shutdown will close plants in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana and Ohio.
Tipp scored 2-8 to the Rebels’ 3-5 in a First Round clash played in Mallow yesterday.They had trailed 3-3 to 0-3 at the interval.