Delaware has upped spending by 16.2 percent in that span, while Virginia and West Virginia’s expenditures have gone up by 12 percent and 11 percent, respectively.
Pennsylvania, which increased spending by 2.5 percent in fiscal 2011 and reduced spending by 4.1 percent for 2012, has overall cut spending by 1.8 percent over that span.
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