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Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
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Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
Senator Van De Putte
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  • Other taxes are not making up for this slump
  • At least $10 billion in new GR/Property Tax Funds needed to cover “current services”, plus $7 billion to replace federal ARRA with General Revenue. Requires a 9% biennial increase in GR/PTF revenue and draining the Rainy Day Fund. General Govt, Judiciary, Public Safety, Natural Resources, Business and Econ. Dev., Regulatory Agencies, General Provisions, and Legislature Cuts proposed so far: 5% for HHS would reduce GR spending by $304 million, federal by $242 million — total is over half a billion Prisons: alternatives to incarceration; treatment, education, Correctional Industries
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    • 1. Budget Revenue Shortfall
    • 2. The Texas State Budget for 2010-11 Biennial Total: $182 billion Federally funded = shown in white; other areas are General Revenue, GR-Dedicated, & “Other” State Funds.
    • 3. In billion $ 2008-09 2010-11 5/06 Fiscal Note 11/09 Cash Report 5/06 Fiscal Note 11/09 Certification Franchise tax 6.8 3.0 7.7 3.4 Tobacco tax 1.4 1.9 1.3 1.8 Used car, interest 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.1 TOTAL REVENUE 8.3 4.9 9.1 5.4 Cost of property tax cut -14.2 -14.2 -14.9 -14.9 SHORTFALL -$5.9 -$9.3 -$5.8 -$9.5
    • 4. Fiscal 2008 Fiscal 2009 Fiscal 2010
    • 5. Current Budget 2012-13 Budget General Revenue $75.0 billion $75.0 billion ARRA Used for GR $6.4 billion $0 Cash on hand $2.6 billion $0 Property Tax Relief Fund carryover $3.0 billion $0 Permanent School Fund $0 $1.2 billion TOTAL GR BUDGET $87.0 billion $76.2 billion GAP $10.8 billion
    • 6. Potential Revenue for 2012-13 Economic growth with no change in revenue system $800 million for each 1% growth Accounting Adjustments Payment delays, etc $2.0 billion
    • 7. Potential Revenue for 2012-13 Beginning balance $8.2 billion Growth during 2012-13 $1.0 billion Total Rainy Day Fund Available $9.2 billion
    • 8. Sources of State Revenue 2009 Total $84.3 billion Licenses, Fees, Fines, Penalties 9% Interest/ Investment Income 2% Taxes 45% Lottery 2% Other 5% Federal Funds 37%
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      • Sources: Comptroller of Public Accounts, Biennial Revenue Estimate 2008-09, January 2007; Annual Property Tax Report. Forecast by CPPP.
      Major State & Local Taxes in Texas 2009
    • 10.
      • Source: Comptroller of Public Accounts, Annual Cash Report.
      State Tax Collections 2009 Total $37.8 billion
    • 11. Budget Scenario for 2012-13 Local School Tax Cut (GR and PTF) GR for Higher Ed ARRA instead of GR Other GR GR for HHS Other GR for K-12 GR for Prisons Additional GR Needed $7 b $1 b None $3 b $3.3 b $300 m $700 m
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