Pa. nonprofits brace for funding drought

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    Sharon Pope

    Sharon Pope

    Pennsylvania’s budget is a week overdue, and lawmakers in Harrisburg still have not reached a deal with Gov. Tom Wolf.  So what will be the first groups to suffer from a lack of state funding?  Well, that will probably be those that get services from nonprofits — many of which get money from the state.  A lot of them cater primarily to the poor and underserved.  NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller spoke with Kerey Parnes, CEO of Philadelphia Mental Health Center, about how her organization will cope.

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