Pennsylvania's credit rating is at risk as lawmakers work to resolve a nearly two-billion-dollar shortfall. Lawmakers worked through the weekend to reach an agreement on how the state can earn more income pay for everything it spends money on. Wall Street is threatening downgrades of Pennsylvania's credit rating because recurring sources of revenue haven't been used to balance budgets. If the governor doesn't sign any action on the budget, it will automatically become law at midnight tonight and lawmakers expect talks on funding to continue for a few more days.
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