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Long-term Fiscal Responsibility

Fiscal responsibility is a central priority in every session. In every session, different legislators have a different view of what measures are necessary to achieve fiscal responsibility. For example, it is not clear yet whether there is an appetite in this session for major reforms in public employee pension benefits, although this is an area that I retain a continuing interest in as a member of and the current Senate Co-chair of the Public Service Committee. An area closely allied to fiscal responsibility and one that I have given a lot of attention to in previous sessions is transparency. I am currently feeling my way on whether additional transparency measures can be implemented in the current session.  For more on these top priorities, visit the following links:

I’ll be adding more to this page as the session develops. Please the links below regarding fiscal responsibility more generally. You can browse all posts about state financial issues or use the subject outline below:

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