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 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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