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Budget bottom-lines: $69.7b in spending, 4,492 jobs eliminated

The Legislature's final budget weighs in at 406 pages and $69.7 billion in spending. While lawmakers might call it a "jobs budget," it eliminates nearly 4,500 of them at the state level.

Here's a bottom-line side-by-side (numbers in thousands)

  FY12 Inc(Dec)
Education  $19,900.60  $ (2,614.60)
Health  $29,991.30  $  1,509.00
Criminal Justice  $  4,478.50  $    (172.40)
TED, Environment  $10,858.90  $  1,080.30
General Govt.  $  3,988.30  $    (499.80)
Judiciary  $     459.20  $       (3.20)
Total  $69,676.60  $    (700.80)

 

  FY12 FTE inc(dec.)
Education 2,376.75       (111.25)
Health 35,686.25     (1,183.50)
Criminal Justice 44,955.25     (2,406.50)
TED, Environment 16,216.25       (751.00)
General Govt. 18,678.75         (37.50)
Judiciary 4,322.50           (3.00)
Total 122,235.75     (4,492.75)

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