PA Governor Floats Pay-to-Play Fee for State Police Protection

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Should Pennsylvania towns that rely on state police for routine patrols pay a special fee of $25-per-resident for that service? Gov. Tom Wolf has floated that idea to help close a $3 billion budget deficit and to fund new hires of troopers, reports Pennlive.com. Nearly half of Pennsylvania's 2,500 municipalities rely solely on state police protection. Critics of the arrangement say some of . . .

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