2017-2018 Budget Hearing Schedule

Budget Preview1Governor Tom Wolf delivered his budget address two weeks ago, now the State Senate and House will kick off their side of things.  Over the next three weeks, both Appropriations Committees will hear from all of the departments and groups who receive state funding.  

In his budget address Wolf struck a tone of working together.  How the members of the Appropriations Committees respond to this during the hearing may be a window into how the 2018 election will be played out.

PoliticsPA has combined both schedules to show what each side will be hearing each day.  The Senate hearings will be held in Hearing Room 1 in the North Office Building, and the House hearings will be in Room 140 of the Main Capitol Building.  

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Treasury Department

1:00PM: Independent Fiscal Office

House:

10:00AM Independent Fiscal Office/Economic & Revenue Outlook

1:00PM Department of Revenue (Including Lottery)

3:00PM Department of State

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of State

1:00PM: Auditor General

3:00PM: Attorney General

House:

10:00AM PSERS/SERS

1:00PM Department of Labor & Industry

3:00PM Department of Transportation

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: PA State System of Higher Education

1:00PM: State Police/Homeland Security

House:

10:00AM Treasury Department

11:00AM Auditor General

1:30PM Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education

3:30PM Attorney General

Monday, February 27, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Agriculture

1:00PM: Department of General Services

3:00PM:Department of Transportation

House:

10:00AM Department of Environmental Protection

1:00PM Department of Conservation & Natural Resources

3:00PM Department of Aging

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Labor & Industry

1:00PM: Judiciary

House:

10:00AM Judiciary

1:00PM Department of Corrections/Board of Probation & Parole

3:00PM Department of Health/Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs

1:00PM: State Related Universities

3:00PM: Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources

House:

10:00AM Department of Agriculture

11:30AM Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency

12:00PM Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

1:30PM Public Utility Commission

3:00PM Department of General Services

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Corrections/Board of Probation and Parole

1:00PM: PA Liquor Control Board

3:00PM: PA Emergency Management Agency/Fire Commissioner

House:

10:00AM Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board

1:00PM Department of Community & Economic Development

2:30PM Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

Monday, March 6, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Community & Economic Development

1:00PM: Department of Revenue/Lottery

3:00PM: PA Historical & Museum Comm.

House:

10:00AM Department of Education

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Education

House:

10:00AM Department of Human Services

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Department of Health & Human Services

House:

10:00AM Pennsylvania State Police/Homeland Security

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Dept. of Environmental Protection

1:00PM: Budget Secretary/Sec. Of Admin./Gov’s Executive Office

House:

10:00AM Budget Secretary – Office of the Governor/Executive Offices

2:00PM Member Testimony

Friday, March 10, 2017

Senate:

10:00AM: Budget Secretary/Sec. Of Admin./Gov’s Executive Office

February 20th, 2017 | Posted in Features, Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Top Stories | 4 Comments

4 thoughts on “2017-2018 Budget Hearing Schedule”

  1. maha says:

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  2. Tim says:

    The GOP refuses to acknowledge the depth and breadth of the state’s fiscal hole it has dug itself into and refuse to take any pro-active solutions to shore up it’s fiscal house further delaying the fiscal pain that must be endured as they hold the line on taxes.

    Instead of embracing solvency and budget surpluses, they have dragged the state in massive deficit, causing millions to be borrowed and millions in interest to be paid to their buddies in the banking industry. The underfunded pension funds statewide are no joke either. These could be solved this year if they took advice that the actuaries have suggested and made them solvent over a 15 year period and they would never have to look back again at a pension being underfunded.

    Why do these so call “representatives” refuse to deal in reality and make common sense decisions to solve these issues and put this crap behind them? Are they that stupid and lack the foresight to take a long term approach instead of dealing with short term fixes like the Federal government that has bankrupted the nation’s treasury. It’s time to demand accountability from these men and women and have them create the best state in the union or have them resign as they are unable to do the job.

  3. Wolf PR Pack says:

    The problem isn’t that we spend too much. The problem is that we tax too little.

  4. gulag Pittsburgh says:

    How will the GOP punish poor people this year?

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