COVID has not sickened commonwealth finances; record surplus projected

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Pennsylvania budget secretary Greg Thall says the big three, which include sales tax, corporate taxes, and personal income taxes, are still 5-10% above projection. Thall insists there is $2.8 billion unaccounted for and useable. Senator Pat Browne (R) says, yes there is an extra $2 billion+ federal dollars.
4 months ago·Harrisburg, United States

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COVID has not sickened commonwealth finances; record surplus projected

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -- With restaurants closed and businesses shuttered, it feels like COVID-19 has cratered the economy. However, the numbers tell a different story. "With January $1.8 or $1.85 billion above projections how rare is that? I've never seen that in my 15 years," said Greg Thall, Pennsylvania budget secretary. Get daily news, weather, and breaking news alerts straight to your inbox! Sign up for the abc27 newsletters hereThall sa…

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