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State Budget Passed.. But Political Differences Still Alive
One day after passing the budget, there’s a clear divide in Harrisburg. Democratic State Rep Matt Bradford says Governor Corbett seemingly wants Bi-partisanship.
“But at the same time he’s trying to pursue this strident ideological agenda by rejecting Medicaid for 700-thousand Pennsylvanians.”
Bradford also criticized the Governor’s no-tax pledges.
Republican State Rep. Mike Vereb says the mission at hand was achieved.
“Our mission, constitutionally, is to get a budget balanced and done by June 30th and we’ve managed to do that three years so far that we’ve been in control of the House Chamber and the Governor’s office.”
Vereb and Bradford were guests Monday with Darryl Berger on Comment Please By Univest on WNPV.