Pa House passes no tax increase budget without per-capita tax for state police protection

Media outlets in Harrisburg reported the State House of Representatives passed a no tax increase budget on June 25.

The budget includes increases for education, but does not include Governor Wolf’s proposal to place a tax on municipalities that rely on the Pennsylvania State Police for protection. Had it been approved it would have placed a $17 dollar per-capita tax on Winslow Township residents.

The budget now goes to the senate and then on to Governor Tom Wolf who is expected to sign it later this week.

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