Don’t bet on education funding reform in Pennsylvania

Matthew Zalaznick's picture
Monday, June 9, 2014

There are no shortage of reasons to doubt that meaningful change when it comes to education funding and property tax reform – a yoke that has hung around the neck of Pennsylvania home owners for decades – is going to happy any time soon.

Actually, there are 1.7 billion of them.

That’s the sea of red ink facing Gov. Tom Corbett and the Legislature as they hunker down in Harrisburg for that annual month-long June drama that results in a Pennsylvania budget.

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