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Five Months Overdue, PA Budget Still At Impasse

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The Pennsylvania House of Representatives Chamber

The PA Society political bash was held this weekend but many lawmakers said they were avoiding the event because of concerns that their attendance would be a liability with the budget five months overdue. Governor Wolf scrubbed his plans to go. "If there's no budget, I'm not going to be up in New York," said Wolf. So, are we any closer to having a state budget? We'll check in with capitol correspondent Mary Wilson.

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