Tag: 2019-2020 state budget

Michael MolineAugust 16, 2018

Florida’s revenues appear steady for the immediate future, state economists concluded on Thursday. That means lawmakers can expect to have slightly more than $32 billion to spend when they write the state budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year. “It’s going to be a very stable picture for the Legislature, with no big changes,” said Amy […]

Michael MolineJuly 24, 2018

State government’s self-insurance fund faces a $14 million shortfall during the 2019-2020 fiscal year, driven in part by the cost of repairing Hurricane Irma’s damage to state property and medical inflation. Florida’s Revenue Estimating Conference, comprising top state economists, arrived at the figure Monday. ”The Legislature’s going to have to address that,” said Amy Baker, […]


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