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Pitching plan for education funding, Wolf visits Upper Darby school

Pitching plan for education funding, Wolf visits Upper Darby school

Gov. Tom Wolf says a vote for his education budget will be a vote for lower property taxes in Pennsylvania. But while Republicans say they'd welcome the tax relief, they're not sold on the governor's plan to increase spending
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