“I think we’re within shouting distance of each other,” said the state representative from the 151st District of Montgomery County.
“I think it’s going to move relatively quickly now. Of course, I could be wrong.”
So goes budget predictions in Harrisburg, where today marks day 99 without one.
Lawmakers kept up a frenzied pace Tuesday, as leadership met with Gov. Ed Rendell early, and then the Senate passed tax and spending bills before noon in a bid to end Pennsylvania’s 3-month-old budget stalemate.
House, Senate move closer on state budget continues at phillyburbs.com…