The Pennsylvania Legislature is in session, a day before the state government's fiscal-year deadline and no sign on how the Senate will handle the House's just-passed budget bill.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is passing a nearly $31.6 billion spending plan to the Senate, but it hasn't convinced Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf that it's balanced or adequate.
"The American Dream" will melt away during the Republican and Democratic national conventions.
A key legislative committee is throwing its support behind a $31.6 billion state budget proposal with a vote that leaves open the possibility of a full deal before the state's new fiscal year begins on Friday.
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