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What should be the new governor’s top priority upon taking office in January 2011?

Posted 5/10/10

The General Assembly has not passed a supplemental budget for fiscal year 2010, which projects a $220 million deficit. And by July 1, the legislature must have a fiscal year 2011 budget in place, one which overcomes the projected $427 million deficit.

Into one of the most challenging times in the state’s history step half a dozen or so candidates for governor.

What do you think should be the top priority for the state’s new chief executive upon assuming office in January 2011?

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