As that legislation began advancing in the House, the public comments from both
Dent, whose 15th district includes
"I'll tell you my main concern with what is happening right now is will these tax credits be sufficient for people to buy insurance, compared to what they are getting now through the subsidies?" Dent said.
He added that he thinks there has not yet been enough interaction with hospitals and patient advocates on the bill's effects. Dent also said he has questions about what will happen to the 700,000 Pennsylvanians who gained access to health coverage through
"I want to understand how these people are going to be impacted. And at this point, those questions have not been answered satisfactorily for me," he said.
As for Toomey, he said during an interview with
"We're still going through this. I've been running around when this came out, we're going through trying to understand exactly what is in this," Toomey said Thursday. "I'm quite sure that we're going to want to make some changes, which, I think, are still entirely possible. This is not the final product."
Another challenger for
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Andrew Shecktor, a 60-year-old borough councilman in
Republican state Rep.
Governor's revenue chief to retire
This year's tax-filing deadline will be the last for state Revenue Secretary
She plans to retire as of
"Eileen has handled her job with distinction and took a tremendous amount of pride in the work," Wolf said in a statement. "She will be missed, but I have great confidence in Dan's ability to lead this important department."
Under McNulty's leadership, the agency created an identity theft unit to help victims of tax fraud, which saved the state more than
"Serving in the Wolf administration and working for the people of
Hassell has worked in state government for 30 years. He served as Gov.
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