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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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Mike

Bend over state employees here we go.

John Bryant

This Gov.and Legislature will ultimately suffer from what is for the most part is an assault on public service and servants. They're going to find themselves in a "jobs hole" that will take years to recover from, if ever.Glad I'm not him. This is not the Florida that I grew up in, and love.

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