Equity in Taxes

Overview

The state budget is a reflection of Georgia’s priorities. A stable, equitable tax system is essential to ensuring Georgia can provide important services for its residents and to make strategic investments that promote job growth. A balanced approach to the state budget is crucial to growing our state’s economy and expanding shared opportunity for all Georgians.
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Highlights of the Governor’s FY 2011 Education Budget Proposals

Education does not escape the governor’s proposed cuts to agencies for the upcoming year. Adjusted for inflation, per …

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Highlights of the Governor’s FY 2011 Department of Human Services Budget Proposals

The Department of Human Services is facing a wide variety of budget cuts in the FY 2011 budget …

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Overview of the Governor’s Proposed FY 2010 Amended Budget and the FY 2011 Budget

Due to the “Great Recession,” state revenues have continued to decline through the first six months of the …

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Highlights of the Governor’s Amended FY 2010 & FY 2011 Health Care Budget Proposals

The enacted fiscal year (FY) 2010 budget spared the Department of Community Health (DCH) from large-scale program cuts …

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Recovery Act Directly Aiding Unemployed, Elderly, and Low-Income Families

Data on dollars spent and Georgians helped to date with a county-by-county breakdown.

Tough On Crime and The Budget

This report provides recommendations to reform the criminal justice system in Georgia. This system has experienced rapid budget …

Undocumented Immigrants in Georgia: Tax Contribution and Fiscal Concerns

Undocumented immigrants in Georgia annually contribute an estimated $407 million in state and local taxes.

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