Mike Klein Online

All Different Flavors to Shrink Georgia State Government

Updated: Wednesday March 24

Some folks are showing their serious side about how Georgia state government might reinvent.  One bill currently before the Georgia House arrived as pretty much a surprise move and would combine agencies that seem to have very little in common.  Another House bill would launch a ten-month tax and revenue reform project, which if done correctly, is an opportunity to engage Georgians.

There also were good, fresh ideas in a recent Budget Task Force report commissioned by Casey Cagle, but the lieutenant governor did little to enthusiastically endorse his own study group when nearly four dozen best practices ideas were announced last week.

First:  The outcry to make state government smaller could combine three very different agencies. Continue reading

March 23, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment