Cutler Calls Proposed Budget “Good Start”
HARRISBURG – Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Peach Bottom) commented on Gov. Tom Corbett’s $29.4 billion 2014-15 budget proposal, which was unveiled today before a joint session of the General Assembly:

“It is important to recognize this is only a proposal and I look forward to working with the governor and my colleagues in the House and Senate in passing a budget which reflects fiscal restraint, prioritizing spending, and ensures fair and equitable funding. 

Rep. Cutler’s Video Comments: 

“As a tech school grad, I was glad the governor highlighted that option for students pursuing higher education and that the “Ready to Succeed” scholarships will be available for this. I look forward seeing how this additional $25 million can benefit the next generation of Pennsylvanians. Lancaster’s Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is also highlighted, something in which our entire region can take pride.

“My family knows firsthand the effects of ALS, so I was glad to see ALS support and research receive level funding in this proposal. I’m also excited about a focus on veterans and mental health treatment in the budget.

“Along with the governor’s increased pre-K through 12th-grade funding, I am pleased to see recognition for emerging classroom tools, such as the hybrid learning systems that were highlighted in House legislation in the past year.”

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Representative Bryan Cutler
100th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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