Budget Proposal Good for Pennsylvanians, Stambaugh Says

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – The $39.8 billion budget passed by the House of Representatives on Friday saves money for the future and invests in early childhood education, infrastructure, public schools and state police, according to Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-Perry/Cumberland).

House Passes Budget, Paves Way for Economic Recovery, Moul Says

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG - Nearly one week shy of the state budget deadline, the House today passed a budget that fully funds the core functions of state government with no new taxes or fee increases. The 2021-22 budget includes $39.8 billion in General Fund revenues and more than $1 billion in federal pandemic relief funds. It will also set aside $2.5 billion in the state’s Rainy Day Fund, bringing it to a record $2.8 billion, and preserves more than $5 billion of federal relief funds to aid future budgets.

Millard Votes for No Tax Increase in 2021-22 Pennsylvania Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – Rep. David Millard (R-Columbia) today in Harrisburg voted for Senate Bill 255, the General Appropriations portion of the state budget, which was approved by the House of Representatives. The 2021-22 Pennsylvania budget would spend $39 billion in General Fund dollars, and $1 billion in federal relief funds, to fund the core functions of government services and invest in jobs, infrastructure and education, all while avoiding any new or increased taxes.

Bernstine Votes ‘No’ on State Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Butler/Beaver/Lawrence) today voted “no” on the state budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22. Bernstine issued the following statement citing excessive government spending led to his negative vote.

Culver Votes for Budget with No New or Increased Taxes

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver (R-Northumberland/Snyder) today in Harrisburg voted for Senate Bill 255, the General Appropriations portion of the state budget, which was approved by the House of Representatives. The 2021-22 Pennsylvania budget would spend $39 billion in General Fund dollars, and $1 billion in federal relief funds, to fund the core functions of government services, prioritize education and support Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable citizens, all while avoiding any new or increased taxes.

Ecker Issues Statement on Passage of Responsible Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – The General Assembly today approved a responsible budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year that respects taxpayers by not raising taxes and saves money to offset any future proposed tax increases. In response, Rep. Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland), who serves on the House Appropriations Committee, which works to create the yearly budgets, issued the following statement:

Major Supports 2021-22 State Budget

Jun. 25, 2021 / Press Release

HARRISBURG – Rep. Abby Major (R-Armstrong/Indiana/Butler) today issued the following statement in response to the House passing a Fiscal Year 2021-22 state budget supporting core government services: