A little more than 24 hours after Governor Nathan Deal gave his State of the State address, he released his FY 16 supplemental and FY 17 budgets. And, as many expected, both proposed budgets boost funding for education, the transportation network, health care, economic development, public safety, and efficiency in government.
“My team and I have worked diligently with our state agencies to produce meaningful recommendations that will resonate in the lives of Georgians,” said Deal. “This includes investing in education, prioritizing our transportation needs and continuing to spur economic growth. I look forward to working with the General Assembly to move forward with these priorities, as we balance our budget and store up crucial reserves for rainy days.”
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