It certainly appears that the financial crisis facing state government in Alabama looms much larger for next year’s regular session than was originally projected by state financial officers. All state services and public education funding at every level will almost certainly have to be cut drastically due to a lack of funds. There will be no new taxes imposed by the legislature in 2010 and that’s a virtual certainly. But, Governor Bob Riley may decide that his legacy should include putting the state’s fiscal house – for both the present and for the future – on solid ground. That would be good news for all Alabama citizens regardless of where they might fall out politically.
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