Gov. Corbett Outlines 2014 Budget
PENNSYLVANIA (WENY) -- Governor Corbett laid out his 2014 budget today, calling for an increase in state spending by nearly 4 percent. The $29.4 billion budget contains no new taxes, but does call for higher fuel taxes and motor vehicle fees.
His plan also calls for an increase on early childhood education spending, and a $5 million increase to expand job training programs in PA.
Governor Corbett would like to extract natural gas from under state-owned parks and forests by drilling on private, adjacent lands. He estimates that could bring in $75 million in immediate revenue and future royalties.
To see a more detailed breakdown, visit: http://www.budget.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/current_and_proposed_commonwealth_budgets/4566