GBPI Executive Director Alan Essig is referenced in this article about the future of Georgia’s economic state. Read full article here.
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The Governor’s request for another 3 percent budget cut will mean less money for Georgia’s technical colleges, forcing a 13 percent tuition increase for students and delivering another blow to the state’s economic future. Beginning in January, a student taking
Another round of damaging cuts to schools, health care, public safety and other vital services is looming unless the governor and General Assembly take a balanced approach to the state’s ongoing budget crisis, one that includes additional revenue. Despite four
Posted by Alan Essig As published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Here is an opinion piece from the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s executive director Alan Essig on Georgia’s fiscal crisis and the solutions that help move the state forward. The
GBPI Executive Director Alan Essig speaks says the state is not raising enough revenue, creating a structural deficit. Read full article here.
Executive Director Alan Essig is quoted in this article on state revenues; read full article here.