HARRISBURG (AP) – The Keystone State is sitting on a fat budget reserve, a healthy and growing surplus in the current budget year, and billions in unspent federal coronavirus relief funds. Gov. Tom Wolf is about to lay out his eighth and final state budget proposal. For him, the state’s healthy account balances make this a good year that won’t require higher taxes or the pain of spending cuts. The governor’s annual budget address is scheduled for Feb. 8. It will be followed by weeks of hearings by the appropriations committees in the state House and Senate. The deadline to get a state budget deal is July 1.