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Some lawmakers think they can override Wolf’s veto on manufacturing tax break bill

Overrides are rare, and can only happen when two-thirds of the legislature are willing to support a bill against the governor’s explicit wishes. The last one happened a decade ago.

By Katie Meyer

Wolf administration proposes increase for health and human services funding

Republicans say that increase is too much at a time when spending already is too high.

By Brett Sholtis

Updated: February 5, 2020 | 9:02 am

Gov. Wolf’s budget proposes boosting staff at Pa.’s departments of environmental protection, and conservation and natural resources

In annual budget address, Wolf talked about need for pipeline reform
By Susan Phillips

‘Fronts for private management:’ Wolf takes aim at charter schools in state budget

In Gov. Tom Wolf’s previous five budget talks, he hadn’t even uttered the words “charter schools” — despite 20 years of debate over how the state should fund and oversee this growing part of Pennsylvania’s public-school profile.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf’s sixth budget: What can we expect?

The focus will likely be on unfinished items on his policy to-do list – many of them retreads from past years.
By Charles Thompson/PennLive and Jan Murphy/PennLive