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State Budget Webinar from the FESC Committee (CAHS)

Webinar: the Governor's budget

What the Governor is proposing, what we are hearing, what to expect

WHAT: a primer on the Governor's budget - plus news and updates

WHEN: Tomorrow Wednesday February 25, 12:00 to 12:30 pm

WHERE: click here to register

The next few weeks are going to be hectic, with a lot of information coming out from the Capitol, lots of hearings and lots of proposals. Just to keep up track of everything and try to keep everyone up to date, we will be hosting a series of short lunch-time webinars starting tomorrow Wednesday at noon.You can register here for the first one.

In this our first episode (with many more to come as the session progresses) we will go over budget, with a quick overview on the numbers, and share news, insights, rumors and updates on how things are shaping up this first week of the process. We will keep it short (30 minutes) and to the point; a quick policy update to listen to while you are having lunch.

In brief: FESC webinar tomorrow Wednesday February 25th, 12 pm to 12:30 pm, we will talking about the budget. Click here to register.

What will we cover:

  • Where does the deficit come from?

  • What is the Governor doing to close it?

  • What are the new sources of revenue included?

  • What is being cut?

  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the Governor's proposal

  • Strategies moving forward: what is likely to change

  • News and updates: what legislators are saying

We hope to hear from you on Wednesday - this is an important budget year, and there is a lot to talk and discuss.

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