Wolf allows budget to pass without his signature

For the second straight year, Governor Wolf is letting a state budget bill become law without his signature.  The governor is pressing Pennsylvania's Republican-led Legislature to approve a tax package big enough to avoid a credit downgrade.  Yesterday was the tenth day of a budget stalemate between the Democratic governor and the Republican majorities in the House and Senate.  Questions have arisen about the constitutionality of a budget bill becoming law without a plan to pay for it.

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