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Ten Revenue Options for School Construction and Other Urgent State Priorities

Current state revenue projections show that without substantial new revenue sources, there will not be sufficient funds next fiscal year to support a capital development program, sustain the current level of health and human services, and meet the FY2007 pension obligation, let alone help cover the many unmet needs of children, families, and communities. By FY2008, when the payment due to the pension funds will require an additional $600 million, the budget will be stretched to the breaking point. At the same time, additional funds are urgently needed to fully fund the state school aid formula. Download and read report

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