Local State Rep. Pleased With Amount of Funds For Education

Legislative action is moving in Harrisburg. The house passed a 28.3 billion dollar budget. State Rep. Paul Clymer says 280-million dollars more has been earmarked for education in this budget.

“We also increased pre-k education by almost 5-million dollars, head start supplemental assistance, we increased dollars for that as well and dollars for higher education.”

Clymer was a guest on the am-edition Friday morning. The senate is expected to weigh-in on the bill during the week of June 24th.