Though the new legislative session doesn’t start until next month, state lawmakers are already staking out some of their key positions.
Many of those are related to the state’s finances.
A top Republican, for one, is repeating his guarantee that his party will refuse to raise any taxes or fees.
York County Representative Stan Saylor, who heads the pivotal House Appropriations Committee, noted in a new press release that returns are stronger than expected, and the state’s on track for a surplus.
So, he said, he plans to “hold the line” on new revenue-builders.