Gov. McDonnell Offers His Proposals to Budget

December 17, 2012

Governor Bob McDonnell released on Monday his budget proposal for the next 2 years.

The proposal calls for a spending increases for indigent health care, conditional raises for teachers and a $128 million deposit into the state's rainy day reserves.

However, the budget being offered spends nearly $211 million more than it cuts.

McDonnell's proposal will next go to the General Assembly for review.

A complete listing of the governor's budget amendments can be seen here:

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