Category: Alan Essig

More Bad News on Revenue Means New Direction is Needed

Posted by Alan Essig Sluggish revenue growth continues to dog Georgia, threatening more damaging cuts to education, health care, and other vital services unless policymakers accept the reality that a different course of action is possible – and necessary. Revenue

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Spending reductions, recurring budget deficits

Posted by Alan Essig As published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Here is an opinion piece from the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s executive director Alan Essig on Georgia’s fiscal crisis and the solutions that help move the state forward. The

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