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1 Gas price recovery boosts Pennsylvania impact fee's prospects for 2021
2 Pennsylvania gas production rises in 1Q but drilling still declining
3 Report Shows Rebound for Natural Gas as Production, Prices Rise
4 Capitolwire: New IFO Report Indicates PA Should End FY 2020–21 With a Sizable Revenue Surplus
5 $33 million in impact fee money coming to SW Pennsylvania communities this year
6 To spend or not to spend, Harrisburg asks this budget season
7 Boost To Tax Credits To Attract More Film, TV Production To PA Proposed
8 Natural gas impact fees hit lowest level on record in 2020 | StateImpact Pennsylvania
9 Fitch Rates Pennsylvania Commonwealth Financing Auth's $371MM Rev Bonds 'A+'; Outlook Stable
10 Fiscal year should end on a positive note, but things could be a bit more difficult after that, report suggests
11 Undersea warfare manufacturer expands in southwest Pennsylvania | State |
12 Pennsylvania public schools: How state Senate bills would hurt them
13 Legislation gives state Independent Fiscal Office scoring capability
14 EDITORIAL: Keep state on camera, competitive
15 PA Natural Gas Production Hits New All-Time High in 1Q21
16 VAN DYCK: With $7 Billion To Spend, Lawmakers Must Avoid Past Mistakes
17 US Drops One Natural Gas Rig; Oil Count Climbs
18 Cocktails to-go on the move again in Pennsylvania
19 Pennsylvania Saw Modest Increase in Unconventional Natural Gas Production Last Year, but Activity Down
20 State budget picture not as bleak as feared
21 Choosing horse racing over education | Opinion |
22 Facing nearly $5 billion shortfall, Pa. lawmakers plan to pass short-term budget
23 NYPD Likely To Blow Overtime Budget By At Least $162 Million, Independent Report Says
24 Medical marijuana sales strong, but recreational legalization still on back burner
25 RI lawmakers unveil $13.1 billion state budget
26 Auditor General DeFoor Calls for State-Level Safeguards to Prevent Fraud or Abuse of Federal COVID Relief Funding
27 Kraft Heinz to purchase Assan Foods
28 Lawmaker proposes statewide plastic bag ban | News, Sports, Jobs
29 CB Financial to sell West Virginia bank branches
30 Andrew Jackson School students take to the streets to protest plastic
31 Governor signs Fiscal Year 2022 budget into law | Top Stories |
32 Biden Administration Releases Fiscal Year 2022 Budget, Together With a “Greenbook” Providing Detailed Descriptions of Proposed Changes to Federal Tax Law and Accompanying Revenue Estimates
33 Your View by state Sen. Pat Browne: Pennsylvania must demonstrate fiscal restraint and ingenuity in 2021
34 API American Petroleum Institute : Over $2 Billion in Natural Gas Revenues Generated from Existing Impact Taxes in PA, Bolstering Communities, Benefitting All Pennsylvanians
35 Reclaim Idaho seeks updated financial analysis of initiative
36 Department of Defense Press Briefing on the President's Fiscal Year 2022 Defense Budget for the Department of the Air Force > US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Transcript
37 Pima County, Tucson set to adopt final budgets for fiscal year 2022
38 Missouri prison healthcare contract won by company accused of bid-rigging in Tennessee • Missouri Independent
39 IFO: Raising minimum wage in Pennsylvania would increase economic growth, hike costs for employers
40 FY22 Budget Request: DOE Office of Science
41 Pennsylvania to receive $13 billion from COVID-19 relief bill
42 UK output to hit pre-pandemic level a year earlier than forecast
43 Ontario won't balance budget by 2030, says fiscal watchdog
44 Biden's Budget Takes on Worker Misclassification, Safety (3)
45 PA Tax Collections Rebound On Pent-Up Shopper Demand, But State Faces Huge Deficit
46 Hiking Minimum Wage In PA Would Increase Economic Growth, Increase Costs For Employers
47 6/3/2021 DHS Office of Inspector General: Actions Needed to Address Long-Standing Management Weaknesses
48 The Indy Explains: What's happening to categorical funding under the new K-12 financing plan?
49 $13B in virus relief bill headed to Pennsylvania governments
50 How States Can Avoid Costly Pitfalls While Rebuilding Their Economies
51 State finance director retiring after possible ALS diagnosis
52 Impact fees expected to drop due to low natural gas prices | StateImpact Pennsylvania
53 Analysis: Pa. faces a several billion dollar tax shortfall thanks to the pandemic-affected economy
54 Budget 2021 debate: WP renews call for independent Budget office to ensure greater fiscal transparency
55 Will Missouri expand Medicaid? Lawsuit heads to trial today to answer that question • Missouri Independent
56 Independent fiscal officer ousted by Louisiana GOP after cost estimate angered lawmakers
57 AERSALE CORP : Amendments to Articles of Inc. or Bylaws; Change in Fiscal Year, Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders, Financial Statements and Exhibits (form 8-K)
58 Fort Bend County Sheriff seeks Community Oriented Policing Services grant
59 Condo questions: What are requirements for preparing financial reports?
60 Republicans Block Independent Commission on Jan. 6 Riot
62 Battle looms over use of $10 billion in federal funds coming to PA
63 Tax collections in Pa. rebound on pent-up shopper demand, but state still faces huge budget deficit · Spotlight PA
64 Sunak faces £4bn bill to keep ‘triple lock’ pension pledge
65 Gov. Tom Wolf's budget includes 5 familiar priorities; here's what you need to know
66 NOTICE: Bills Signed by Gov. Edwards
67 Pa. food service, lodging, travel jobs lost during coronavirus in danger
68 PA Budget Secretary Defends Spending Plan, Minimum Wage Hike
69 Polystyrene containers, plastic bags on their way out in Colorado
70 $13 billion in virus relief bill headed to Pennsylvania governments
71 Lawmakers push Pennsylvania governor to move up reopening date ahead of holiday
72 US Coronavirus Aid to Pa. Draws GOP Warning to Use It for 1-Time Costs
73 What to Watch for in Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's Budget Proposal
74 Pa. to get billions in federal relief, but do states “need” that money? One U.S. Senator says no
75 Humble ISD proposes 3% average employee raise for fiscal year 2021-22 budget
76 Should the state raise the cap on its film-production incentive?
77 JSO's proposed 2022 budget shows increases for cybersecurity, patrol, jails and lots for payroll
78 Pennsylvania revenue continues to rebound from pandemic lows
79 Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf’s plan to raise income tax takes center stage as budget hearings begin
80 Activists to urge Northampton council to slash police budget
81 Rocky Mountain Regional USPTO Update | USPTO
82 Feds reject Pa.'s plan to spend up to $300M in stimulus money for school property tax relief · Spotlight PA
83 Fitch Rates Flower Mound, TX's Series 2021 $2MM GOs and $9MM COs 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
84 Auditor General Calls for Safeguards to Prevent Fraud, Abuse of COVID Relief Funding
85 Panola County Commissioners' Court Agenda: June 22, 2021 | News |
86 Constitutional amendment proposes end to Pennsylvania property taxes
87 Attorney General Merrick B. Garland Remarks: Domestic Terrorism Policy Address
88 Without infusion of cash, state and local governments could face dire budget choices
89 Lawmakers Push Gov. Wolf To Move Up Reopening Date Ahead Of Holiday
90 PA can't afford Wolf budget's harmful ideas
91 Guest View: Pennsylvania homeowners need property tax relief
92 Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf will introduce his budget Tuesday. Here’s what to watch for
93 State Auditor McGuiness Estimates State Overpaid Its Pharmacy Benefit Manager by $24.5 Million over Three Years
94 Final County Budget Hearing Wednesday Evening
95 5 things to know about the minimum wage debate in Pa. · Spotlight PA
96 [Column] State Rep. Frank Ryan on property taxes and where we stand
97 Marin nears school oversight pact with Ross Valley Charter
98 Small Business Needed Federal Help. The Agency in Charge Fell Short.
99 Pa. Auditor General calls for ‘transparency’ and ‘accountability’ on billions in pandemic recovery aid
100 Fitch Rates Santa Clara County, CA's GOs 'AA+' and LRBs Bonds 'AA'; Outlook Stable