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February 6, 2014

State Gets Low Rank on Budget Planning

Charleston Daily Mail – While state policymakers pride themselves on balancing budgets and having built a sizable Rainy Day Fund, a new national report has found the state isn’t doing a very good job at long-term budget planning. Read

West Virginia ranked 37th in a study of states’ long-term fiscal planning measures released Tuesday by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a Washington think tank.

The organization evaluated states on 10 different measures.

Researchers looked at whether a state uses a multi-year roadmap to plan future spending, if its revenue and spending estimates are independent and credible, and whether it had the proper tools in place to stay on course.

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