Pennsylvania has a budget or at least will at midnight tonight

07.11.16 | Bob Price

The governor has vowed to allow the $31-and-a-half billion spending plan to become law at the stroke of midnight, even though there's no plan in place on how to pay for it.        
Representative Chris Dush says a budget that does not pay for itself is dangerous.

The House and Senate return to session today in a final attempt to close the funding gap in the fiscal plan.  But even if they don't, the budget becomes law at midnight in Pennsylvania.