A never-ending wanderlust brought Jessy Foster from a rural town in Southeastern Indiana to the city life of Philly after moving around to complete her studies. She studied International Studies & Spanish at the University of Evansville, followed by grad work in Globalization & Development Studies at Maastricht University.
Governor Wolf’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2016-2017 makes strategic investments that Pennsylvania’s seniors, children and families need to succeed. Pennsylvania faces a nearly $2-billion-dollar deficit. We can either raise revenue to address our budget crisis and make smart investments that will result in long term savings or we can cut vital services for our Commonwealth’s seniors, children and people with disabilities.
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