- A 5.2% cut in Agriculture
- A 2.4% cut in Environmental Protection
- A 3.4% cut in Health
- A 4.1% cut in Labor and Industry
- A 0.6% cut in Public Welfare
- Line item decreases include Industry Partnerships; children's health insurance; county child welfare; autism intervention; mental health services; and Pre-K Counts.
- For a full list, please see this chart from the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center or this copy of the line item changes
These changes to the budget have been made following lower state revenues than projected. Budget cuts are expected to save about $161 million, with Governor Rendell projecting a deficit of $450 million by year's end. The remaining budget gap is expected to be made up with gaming license fees and some prior-year money.