Latest Appropriations Committee News
01/17/2013
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jeff Pyle (R-Armstrong) this week was named to the House committees on Appropriations, Transportation, Energy and Environmental Resources, and the Committee on Committees by House Speaker Sam Smith (R-Jefferson).
03/02/2012
HARRISBURG – As part of her duties on the House Appropriations Committee, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) spent a second week in Harrisburg to hear more about and ask questions regarding the spending proposals of various state government agencies.
02/08/2012
Gov. Tom Corbett delivered his second annual budget address to the General Assembly today. Corbett is proposing a $27.1 billion spending plan, slightly less than last year’s, and it contains no tax increases.
02/08/2012
Gov. Tom Corbett’s 2012-13 budget is slightly smaller than last year’s budget and, like last year, contains no tax increases. I was happy to learn that the governor is proposing a budget that continues to hold the line on spending, while funding the necessary functions of state government.
02/08/2012
Gov. Tom Corbett’s 2012-13 budget is slightly smaller than last year’s budget and, like last year, contains no tax increases. The governor’s proposed $27.1 billion budget continues to hold the line on spending, while funding the necessary functions of state government.
02/07/2012
Working to pave the way for job creation in Pennsylvania, the state House has approved Rep. Mike Peifer’s (R-Monroe/Pike/Wayne) plan to streamline the business permitting process.
02/07/2012
The following are the House Floor remarks from House Majority Leader Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny County) in response to the 2012-13 state budget proposal offered by Gov. Tom Corbett:
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Corbett unveiled his 2012-13 state budget proposal before a joint session of the General Assembly on Tuesday, said Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint).
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – Rep. David Millard (R-Millville) issued the following statement today regarding Gov. Tom Corbett’s $27.13 billion budget proposal for the 2012-13 fiscal year:
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) said today that the governor’s budget proposal, which he presented in Harrisburg today, stays within the revenues that are expected to be available for the next fiscal year.
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – Rep. Brian Ellis (R-Butler) today issued the following statement after Gov. Tom Corbett’s presentation of his $27.138 billion state budget proposal:
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – Rep. Scott Perry (R-York/Cumberland) today issued the following statement regarding the annual budget address given by Gov. Tom Corbett to a joint session of the General Assembly:
02/07/2012
HARRISBURG – After Gov. Tom Corbett today delivered his annual budget address before a joint session of the state House and Senate, Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana) offered the following statement:
05/24/2011
The House today passed a state budget that spends more state dollars for the state’s Basic Education Funding appropriation than ever before, Majority Leader Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny County) announced.
05/24/2011
The state House today approved a budget bill that would restore hundreds of millions of dollars to Pennsylvania education initiatives while making responsible spending reductions to public welfare programs. The $27.3 billion spending plan, which remains within the parameters set in the governor’s budget proposal, was unveiled by House Republicans earlier this month. Rep. Dave Reed (R-Indiana), who supported the measure, issued the following statement: