New fiscal year begins, teachers and state employees looking good

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The new state fiscal year begins October 1, and the two state budgets are flush. Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will be the largest in state history. The legislature passed a record breaking $8.17 billion Education Budget. The budget includes a 4 percent raise for teachers and lump-sum bonuses for retirees.
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New fiscal year begins, teachers and state employees looking good

The new state fiscal year begins October 1, and the two state budgets are flush. Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will be the largest in state history.  The General Fund Budget is a record breaking $2.7 billion. It increases the revenue to mental health and prisons. Medicaid continues to be a money eating monster. State employees are getting a 4 percent cost of living raise. This is the third time in recent history t…

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Steve Flowers: New fiscal year begins, teachers and state employees looking good

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Inside the Statehouse: New Fiscal Year Begins, Teachers and State Employees Looking Good

The new state fiscal year begins October 1, and the two state budgets are flush. Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will be the largest in state history.

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