Using a more balanced approach to budgeting would reduce the cuts, such as budgeting additional revenues through increasing the cigarette tax,enacting a new top income tax rate, improving tax collections, suspending or ending tax breaks, increasing fees, and closing corporate loopholes. Without new revenues, Georgia faces an additional $2.6 billion deficit in FY 2012, according to the governor. Download the PDF.

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