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Local Activists Protest Budget Impasse Tomorrow

The state budget impasse hits day 100 tomorrow and local activists will protest the situation in Center City. Organizations that receive state funding have been waiting for a budget for months.

Local Activists Protest Budget Impasse Tomorrow

The state budget impasse hits day 100 tomorrow and local activists will protest the situation in Center City. Organizations that receive state funding have been waiting for a budget for months.

Here's the press  release:

DAY 100

WITHOUT A PENNSYLVANIA STATE BUDGET…

 

…and there are more than 100 ways Pennsylvania citizens are being harmed…

 

Join us as we mark 100 days and protest the budget impasse!

Thursday October 8, 2009

NOON

Municipal Services Building, Philadelphia

JFK Blvd between Broad and 15th

We are suffering while legislators are being paid.

 

Sponsored by the Southeastern PA Coalition for Essential Services.
 

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