Wednesday, February 8: The 2006 State Budget
By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – As Utah lawmakers look at a billion dollar state surplus, decisions must be made about how the windfall should be spent. While some at Utah's Capitol Hill caution discipline, others see an opportunity to reduce taxes or to fund projects like transportation. A recent Salt Lake Tribune-KUED-KUER poll found that 61% of Utahns want to improve public schools. Doug Fabrizio talks to lawmakers and analysts about spending priorities and fiscal choices in a year of plenty.
- How would you spend Utah's billion dollar surplus? Visit the Salt Lake Tribune-KUED-KUER on-line poll Your Money, Your Choice. After you make your choices, we'll send them on to legislative leaders and the governor.
- Learn more about how Utah's citizens are thinking about financial management of the state. KUED Channel 7 will air A Utah Town Hall Meeting: Taxeson Monday, February 13th at 9:00 p.m.
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