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Governor asks $439M for new spending plan

The administration wants money for computer systems, education and senior care

By B.J. Reyes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 18, 2012

~~<p>The Abercrombie administration, in its budget proposal to the state Legislature, is calling for $439 million in new spending in the next fiscal year, with an emphasis on early childhood education programs and upgrading the state's antiquated computer systems.</p>
<p>Funding would also be increased for senior care programs and for dealing with the state's long-term liabilities associated with employee and retiree health benefits. The budget also restores the 5 percent taken from public employee paychecks to help close the deficit.</p>
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The Abercrombie administration, in its budget proposal to the state Legislature, is calling for $439 million in new spending in the next fiscal year, with an emphasis on early childhood education programs and upgrading the state's antiquated computer systems.

Funding would also be increased for senior care programs and for dealing with the state's long-term liabilities associated with employee and retiree health benefits. The budget also restores the 5 percent taken from public employee paychecks to help close the deficit. Login for more...



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