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It’s Pennsylvania Budget Cram Week

Pennsylvania Budget Cram Week Starts With Eye On Saving Money

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania’s budget cram week is beginning, as lawmakers are advancing a spending plan that benefits from a surplus to spread around modest spending increases. Lawmakers are also touting the commitment to a substantial deposit in Pennsylvania’s relatively bare budgetary reserve in a compromise spending plan released Monday.

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