WEBVTT OPERATE?GOVERNMENT REPORTER MIKE STRAUBWENT TO STATE'S TOP MONEY MAN,TO FIND OUT.MIKE: THE WORK ON THE BUDGET ISSTILL BUZZING AROUND THE CAPITOL, BUT WITHOUT A COMPROMISE INPLACE, THEY ARE RUNNING LOW ONHONEY.>> WE WILL RUN OUT OF MONEY TOPAY THOSE BILLS.MIKE: THAT'S JOE TORSELLA, THESTATE'S TREASURER.HIS JOB IS TO OVERSEE THEPENNSYLVANIA'S MONEY, OR LACKTHEREOF.>> WE'RE FORECASTING A NEED TOBORROW AS MUCH AS $3 BILLION.MIKE: THAT'S HOW MUCH TORSELLATHINKS IT WILL TAKE JUST TO PAYBILLS...
WEBVTT MIKE STRAUB WAS THERE AND JOINSUS LIVE.MIKE: ALL IS QUIET IN THECAPITAL BEHIND US.LEADERS HERE STILL TRY TO WORKOUT THE FUNDING SIDE OF THESTATE BUDGET.GOVERNOR WOLF FACED REPORTS.HE WAS PRAISING CLARIONUNIVERSITY FOR THEIR OPIOIDTREATMENT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM.HE PRAISED THE SPENDING SIDE OFTHE BUDGET.THAT INCLUDES RECORD EDUCATIONFUNDING.THAT FUNDING IS DEPENDENT ONGETTING A FUNDING PLAN DONE TOTHE BUDGET.>> THE THING THAT FEELS REALLYGREAT IS WE WORK TO CROSS PARTYLINES.A PROGRAM...
WEBVTT ON NEGOTIATIONS.MIKE: MORE FROM GOVERNOR WOLFMINUTES AGO.HE WILL ALLOW THE SPENDING SIDEOF THE BUDGET TO BECOME LAWWITHOUT HIS SIGNATURE.THIS COMS AS A CLOSED-DOORMEETINGS CONTINUE INSIDE THECAPITAL TO WORK OUT THE FUNDINGSIDE OF THE BUDGET.THE GOVERNOR IS ASKING BETWEEN$700 MILLION AND $800 MILLION INNEW REVENUE AND BELIEVES AVARIETY OF TAX HIKES DO IT.REPUBLICANS REMAIN REFUSED TOTAX HIKES AND SAY EXPANDEDGAMBLING IS ANSWER.SOME WORRY A SPENDING PLANWITHOUT A FUNDING PLAN COULDCREATE...
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Selecting a term
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