Harrisburg, PA – The question of what Pennsylvania’s House Republican majority will do about a $2.2 billion hole in state budget is sending ripples of worry through some quarters.
House GOP majority leaders have been quiet since July’s Senate passage of a bipartisan revenue plan Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf supports. Many House members dislike the Senate plan.
Meanwhile, the government is operating normally. Come September, Wolf may need to start freezing cash for state-funded programs.