Our office provides careful analyses of state budget related legislation and issues presented here as budget briefings, fast facts, primers, spreadsheets and other material to help you understand how the state budget impacts the lives of all Pennsylvanians. Check back here for new materials from the time the governor presents an executive budget proposal to the General Assembly in early February through enactment of a new state spending plan in June and throughout the summer and fall as more detailed analyses are completed and posted. For upcoming meetings, recent committee votes, legislation currently in the committeee and committee transcripts, please visit the General Assembly's website.
This document provides an overview of the highlights of the 2017/18 state budget.
This document provides detail regarding the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
This document provides detail regarding the probation and parole systems in Pennsylvania.
This document provides detail regarding the 2017/18 General Fund Budget.
This document provides detail regarding Gaming Expansion under Act 42 of 2017. (House Bill 271, Printer's Number 2652)
This primer surveys the different types of higher education activities in supported by the commonwealth and looks at budgetary trends.
This budget briefing looks closer at what goes into personnel expenditures and examines the factors driving the increase in personnel costs in the Department of Corrections over the past 10 years.
The attached document provides an overview of the 2017/18 Budget Related Legislation.
This briefing provides detail regarding correctional institutions in Pennsylvania.
This document provides detail regarding the 2017/18 Tax Code.
This document provides detail regarding the 2017/18 Fiscal Code, House Bill 674, Printer's Number 2624.
House Republican Raid 2017
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