All posts tagged state spending
Read the full report | 2006 research by The Maine Heritage Policy Center, using data from the U. S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), concluded that the Maine state workforce was too big and overpaid. In 2007, …
Read the full report | The next state budget has not been submitted yet, but the debates about a gap of at least $500 million between tax
Read the full report | In the private sector, productivity is defined as the sum of all goods and services produced (as measured by Gross Domestic Product)
Read the full report | Recently, the U.S. Census Bureau released estimates for local tax collections for state fiscal year (FY) 2005. The FY 2005 state and
Read the full report | Local and state government can benefit greatly from spending limits that put into place reasonable allowances on the growth of government. Opponents
Beyond the Supplemental Budget: What About State Debt, Per Capita Tax Burden, Future Reserves, and the Structural Gap?
Read the full report | Once again the legislature is busy spending the “surplus” that arrives miraculously each year sometime after Christmas, but before the sap flows