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NOTES FROM THE SENATE, MAY 22, 2015
DIVIDED BUDGETS STILL NOT A GOOD IDEA

Frequent readers of the column may remember back last September two columns that covered Alabamaís separate education budget. The columns explored the difficulties that earmarking funds can cause to limit the flexibility the state has to address shortfalls.  (More)
NOTES FROM THE SENATE, MAY 15, 2015
GOVERNORíS VETOES -- ONE BUDGET ITEM, FIVE GENERAL BILLS
Maybe itís a sign of better times, or a sign of clearer communication between the House, Senate Appropriations Committees and the Governorís Office, but there was only one veto of an appropriations from HB 76 when he signed the Appropriations Act in Statesboro Monday, May 11th.  (More)
NOTES FROM THE SENATE, MAY 11, 2015
HUMAN SERVICES, DISABLED AND ELDERLY GAIN IN 2015 SESSION
Both in funding and in legislation, issues facing human services, the disabled and the elderly were addressed by the Legislature this session. Legislation included the following: (More)

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