A Budget Breakdown
May 24th, 2010

Not all is fair in fiscal year 2011 — at least to the hordes of advocates and politicians vying to save their favorite projects and programs.

Below you can find out how your favorite agency has fared, whether its proposed cuts are deeper than other departments and how much it’s slated to spend this year.

Click on the chart to interact. You can click through agencies on the side and roll over the graphic to view the funding level by fiscal year. If you want an expanded view, you can click on the title.


By on May 24, 2010, 12:13 pm
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3 Responses to “A Budget Breakdown”

  1. Larry Littlefield Says:
    May 24th, 2010 at 4:07 pm

    Note the small decrease of education, despite pensions being tabulated separately. What do we have for education including pensions? A substantial increase.

    And what do we get for an increase in funding? We’ll find out in September — or more likely some time after Election Day.

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