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AJC AT THE GOLD DOME STATE REVENUE; ; After cuts, state agencies want $700M more

Sep 14, 2020 - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Leaders looking ahead to governor's fiscal 2022 budget proposal.

A month after state agencies -- covering everything from education to law enforcement -- saw their funding cut by $2.2 billion, Gov. Brian Kemp showed optimism that Georgia's economy would recover and told them they wouldn't face more reductions next year.

State agencies responded by requesting an increase of about $700 million in the next fiscal year, according to budget proposals reviewed by The Atlanta Journal-Consti...