Penna. Budget -Naming Names-General Assembly Pledges Balance Budget without Tax Increase

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Here we are at Day Six of the budget impasse, and word is that they are no closer to resolving the differences between the Governor's demands for higher taxes and more spending and the Senate Republican's demands to protect working Pennsylvanians and job creators.

As you'll see below, we're trying to help citizens understand where their elected officials stand on balancing this budget. Do they believe we can do it without raising taxes? Find out who is saying "Yes, We Can!" and who isn't, right here.

Names in RED agree that we can balance the budget without raising taxes. Where do your legislators stand? Let them know what you think.Updated July 3, 2009

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