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Jay Layman of Capital Associates and Kathleen Duffy Bruder of McNees Wallace & Nurick Jay Layman of Capital Associates and Kathleen Duffy Bruder of McNees Wallace & Nurick

The Pennsylvania budget process proved less controversial this year when revenue exceeded estimates and provided the commonwealth with a budget surplus. Recent budget years with lower revenues forced elected leaders to solve significant revenue deficits in a highly partisan political environment.

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