2022-23-budget

Pa. state-related university leaders make a case for increased funds ahead of 2022-23 budget

BY: - March 3, 2022

Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat who leaves office this year, has proposed a 5 percent increase in funds for state-related universities.

To spend or save? Wolf, Legislature begin budget talks with different views on Pa.’s fiscal future

BY: - February 23, 2022

Lawmakers and Wolf have until July 1 to reach a deal on the budget.

‘Our kids deserve it’: Wolf’s $1.55B K-12 school plan aims to address inequitable funding

BY: - February 13, 2022

With a $1.55 billion investment in K-12 public education included in Wolf’s proposed budget for the 2022-23 fiscal years, school officials think there is an opportunity to address inequitable funding across the state’s 500 districts.

In final budget address, Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf announces $43.7B spending proposal

BY: and - February 8, 2022

“We are no longer digging out of a hole. We’re ready to build,” Wolf, who vowed to leave Pennsylvania with a budget surplus at the end of his term, said during a joint session of the House and Senate.

Pa. Democrats unveil $3.75B education spending blueprint ahead of budget season

BY: - January 31, 2022

The proposal would use $2.75 billion out of the general fund and $1 billion from unspent federal American Rescue Plan funds allocated to Pennsylvania last year.