School funding debates in the Pennsylvania legislature embody both comedic and tragic elements of the great movie Groundhog Day.
Every year, some members demand a re-enactment of the education funding battle of 1991 with hopes of a different ending.
Others, including myself, seek to reclaim more recently lost ground from 2011 when hundreds of millions of dollars for schools disappeared.
Still others foment a revolution focused on eliminating school property taxes. Read More →