Auditor General: York City School District audit impeded by state receivership petition

Auditor General: York City School District audit impeded by state receivership petition

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale Thursday took to the Capitol newsroom to express his frustration that his matter-of-course audit of the York City School District has to be halted due to the state’s request for the district to be put in receivership.

“One thing that I would say is odd, is that I have found the Department of Education is not efficient about anything,” DePasquale told reporters at Thursday morning’s briefing. “Yet, they seem to be efficient about this, that’s what I find odd.”

Thursday, December 4, 2014/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Uncertainty, conflicting opinions arise about possible lame duck session

With pressing issues still lingering from the Corbett administration, members of all four caucuses are voicing their opinions in regards to the theorized final push for legislation before Gov.-elect Wolf takes office.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014/Author: Josh Levy
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Budget deficit is nothing new, Budget Secretary says

Budget deficit is nothing new, Budget Secretary says

Budget secretary Charles Zogby held the administration’s mid-year budget briefing Wednesday morning where he confirmed prior estimates of a nearly $2 billion planning deficit heading into the coming fiscal year.

However, according to Sec. Zogby, this should not come as a surprise.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014/Author: Jason Gottesman
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Gov.-elect Wolf, legislative Democrats respond to mid-year budget briefing

Gov.-elect Wolf, legislative Democrats respond to mid-year budget briefing

Governor-elect Tom Wolf and legislative Democrats responded Wednesday to the Corbett Administration's mid-year budget outlook.

The outlook, released Wednesday morning by Budget Secretary Charles Zogby, warns of a looming structural deficit facing the commonwealth to the tune of nearly $2 billion.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014/Author: The PLS Reporter
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Tags: budget

Rumored lame duck session could mean another first in Pennsylvania history

If the proposed lame duck session takes place and Gov. Corbett signs new legislation before Gov.-elect Wolf's inauguration, it would likely be a first in Pennsylvania history.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014/Author: Josh Levy
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