Overview of the House of Representatives Proposed FY 2011 Budget

The House’s version of the FY 2011 budget balances the budget by incorporating additional budget cuts than that of the governor’s proposed FY 2011 budget. Compared to the pre-recession FY 2009 budget, the House version includes cuts totaling 17.8 percent, or $3.6 billion. In the long term, and in light of billion $ deficit projected next year, the hospital provider fee that sun-sets after 3 years, and more than $230 million in new tax cuts, Georgia needs fundamental tax reform and modernization. Download the PDF.

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