The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (GBPI) Georgia Budget Primer 2013 provides a snapshot of Georgia’s finances and the trends that must be reversed to put the state on sound economic footing. In developing a solid financial plan for Georgia, it is important for policymakers to set priorities that meet the needs of Georgians and make the necessary investments to attract business, create jobs, and grow the economy. A balanced approach that includes strategic investments in areas that make Georgia competitive is essential for the state’s future. Public education, transportation, public safety, and quality of life are key areas that we must not sacrifice.

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