The governor is continuing his crusade around the commonwealth, garnering support for pension reform.
His latest stop was in Huntingdon County on Monday, where he spoke with farmers about rising property taxes, which he says are a result of the corrupt pension system.
Governor Corbett said 163 school districts requested to raise property taxes this year, with 99.4% citing pension costs as the reason.
The governor reiterated that the current pension reform plan being considered will not change benefits for current or retired state or public school employees.
"The most important thing... is this doesn't get fixed overnight," said Governor Corbett. "There's no silver bullet, but the longer you delay the worse it gets."
Right now 63 cents of every new dollar of state revenue is reportedly spent on pension costs.