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House Passes Amended FY10 Budget


On the 17th legislative day, the Georgia House passed the amended FY10 budget which dictates the stateís spending from July 2009 to June 2010. The revised budget passed the house with a vote of 122 to 44. The amended budget, in order to be balanced with state revenues, reduced state spending by $1.15 billion. The House was able to make these reductions while restoring the Governorís mid-year reduction to the K-12 QBE funding. Additionally, the House protected the HOPE Scholarship fund and did not use HOPE funds to supplant current state general fund spending. The budget continues to be a high priority as the 2010 Legislative Session continues. The Legislature is currently in recess until March 8th to concentrate solely on the budget.


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