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Tax cuts aren't magic

Around this time last year, Kansas was looking at an 800 million dollar shortfall. They managed to take a pinch here and chop a bunch there to take the deficit down to 400 million. 859 more words


Brownback outlines budget-balancing priorities

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – Governor Sam Brownback issued a statement outlining his plan to balance the state’s budget on Wednesday.

In a news release, the governor’s office announced three budget balancing options for the Legislature to consider. 309 more words


ASCC Releases 2016-2017 Budget Proposal

Update 4/22/16: An earlier version of this story did not include the Transitional Peer Mentors program (formerly Pathways Peer Mentors). The program had a 2015-16 proposal of $22,468 and trains student advocates who aid fellow students through transition, retention and completion at Clark. 1,084 more words


Fluvanna Schools Seek $1.7 Million Increase

By. Bryan Rothamel, Field Officer

The Fluvanna County School Board presented its budget to the Board of Supervisors on February 24.

The budget request for FY17 was $1.724 million over the local contribution given last year. 441 more words

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Black Hawk College announces faculty and staff layoffs

MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) – Black Hawk College has announced its first step in a plan to address a budget shortfall. The college’s president, Dr. Bettie Truitt, says making reductions in phases is the best option for students and employees, and the first phase, eliminating 15 full-time positions, should help address the budget shortfall. 318 more words


Colorado Facing Cuts Amid $373 Million Budget Shortfall

DENVER (AP) – Colorado is facing a $373 million budget shortfall next year, despite a healthy state economy that has an unemployment rate of 4 percent. 603 more words


Clark College Releases Final Budget Reduction Proposal

Clark officials released the finalized $2.2 million budget reduction proposal for the 2016-17 school year today.

The finalized proposal includes the elimination of six transfer and five career-technical programs. 441 more words

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