Overview of Georgia’s 2014 Fiscal Year Budget

Georgia’s Economic Recovery Requires State Support for Education, Transportation, Health Care

The Overview of Georgia’s 2014 Fiscal Year Budget report examines the Governor’s fiscal year 2014 budget  and its impact on the public resources that matter most to Georgians.  The governor’s budget recommendation for the 2014 fiscal year that starts July 1 includes several hundred million dollars in cuts on top of the billions in cuts made over the past five years. Many state agency budgets are 20 to 30 percent less than their levels during the 2009 fiscal year. This over-emphasis on more cuts to vital services threatens Georgia’s ability to create jobs and build a strong economy.  Download the report.

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