Monday, February 12, 2007

Want to Get Informed?

It's Christmas time for those who wish to be well-informed heading into the upcoming state biennial budget process and beyond.

The nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau recently released its 2007 informational papers, which cover topics ranging from taxes to charter schools to health care programs to the State Trunk Highway Program.

These papers come out every two years as the budget process kicks into gear, and they're an absolute wealth of information on the fiscal side of the state government, which, of course, drives all of the other sides.

Each paper also includes important background info on the topic being discussed. So if you don't have a clue about a state program, these papers are also a great place to look.

2 Comments:

Blogger jody said...

Whew!

If, in order to become informed, we need to roll around naked in Legislative Fiscal Bureau Reports

.............Oh! sorry...I fell asleep typing those 3 words and just woke up again now. What was I ...? Oh yeah

Well then I guess I'll embrace stupidity with renewed fervor.

February 12, 2007  
Blogger Seth Zlotocha said...

Not sure what you're going for with this comment, Jody. Is it that the LFB reports are boring?

February 12, 2007  

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