Monday, November 29, 2010

Quick Budget

If Governor-elect Haslam is serious about limiting the role of government in your life and mine, it might behoove him to be quick about presenting his first budget proposal:

It is highly unlikely that the General Assembly would pass an executive budget as-is, no matter how much simpatico now exists between the incoming Governor and the new legislative leaders. The House and Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Committee and Budget Subcommittees deserve the opportunity to go through proposals with a magnifying glass if need ber to insure that the finished product is the best that can be produced for Tennessee taxpayers, and the sooner that then-Governor Haslam gets a rough budget to the House the more quickly that process can get underway.

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