Government affairs professionals in Pennsylvania expressed pure frustration when talking about the state’s budget impasse, when they were willing to talk about the sensitive issue at all.

“The productivity of the General Assembly has been greatly reduced because, in large part, the budget crisis has sucked the air and the energy out of the capital,” said a government affairs professional who did not want to be named. “It’s very hard to get focused on things other than the budget.”

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