By implementing zero-based budgeting, lawmakers could make government smaller and more efficient for taxpayers.
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One of the most affirmed-planks in the platform, Texas Republicans want the Legislature to start from zero.
We’ve mentioned before that regardless of how much of a budget shortfall is estimated for the next biennium (anywhere from $16 billion to $27 billion), the way to approach it is not by asking what can we “cut from the top” of current spending, but what are the services that are “most essential and necessary.”
When legislators begin work on the state’s new budget, the product they produce will have an inherent flaw: the assumptions […]
Being truthful with where your tax dollars are coming from and where they’re going seems like common sense, but in […]
Zero Based budgeting is a large step toward greater fiscal responsibility.
State agencies are predicting doomsday scenarios to avoid four percent budget cuts.
Incoming State Senator Charles Perry (R-Lubbock) has filed a constitutional amendment to protect the Economic Stabilization Fund (ESF), sometimes referred to […]
Houston’s long-term financial report provides a few promising proposals, but leaves a lot to be desired for taxpayers.