Lawmakers argue over how the state spends money (and what it could mean for Philly)

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Pennsylvania’s highest-ranking lawmakers are figuring out what will happen by the final budget deadline of June 30 — and what happens after they (probably) don’t meet that deadline. Those talks touch on everything from schools, to pensions, to taxes, and liquor privatization. Will Republican legislative leaders come to terms with new Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf? Or will the two sides fight through the summer and cause a government shutdown because of their impasse?

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