State spending is already lean.
Georgia’s early look at cutting the state budget to offset falling revenues was flagged Monday for its potential to harm the state’s quality of education and weaken the credit rating of local school districts, according ...
Many other things are going to be subject to the Covid Recession.
Some fear Atlanta's tree canopy won't last.
COVID is keeping visitors — and their tax dollars — away.
"We just have no idea at this time what sort of expenses we're going to have associated with this emergency."
Coronavirus emptied the Georgia Legislature — but not before lawmakers shoved just about 100 bills through a bottleneck Thursday.
It won't be until the last days of the Georgia legislative session that there are settlements on teacher pay raises, budget cuts or tax cuts.
Some called for more spending.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has asked many departments for ideas to cut spending over the next 21 months. But with economists predicting only a mild recession — if any for Georgia — lawmakers have some ...
Gov. Brian Kemp has ordered a 4 percent reduction in state spending starting Oct. 1 and a 6 percent cut starting next July 1. The move is in keeping with the long line of Georgia ...
Much of the annual operations money comes from, and must be dedicated to, the airport, water service and garbage pickup. After that, the next biggest expense is policing.
“This came in many ways from thinking about, ‘How do we build trust in City Hall, how do we do a better job engaging the public?” said Atlanta City Councilman Amir Farokhi.
Georgia's budget, counting state and federal money, is bigger than football, but smaller than Home Depot. Most of the spending is on health care and education.