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Zero-based budgeting could change culture of spending

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 10, 2014

~~<p>The oddest ducks in the Hawaii Legislature are those who relish diving into the state budget.</p>
<p>You can appreciate the power and control earned from mastering the budget process, but understanding the difference in &quot;Part D funds&quot; as compared to interdepartmental transfer funds is akin to developing a knack for six-place long division.</p>
~~

The oddest ducks in the Hawaii Legislature are those who relish diving into the state budget.

You can appreciate the power and control earned from mastering the budget process, but understanding the difference in "Part D funds" as compared to interdepartmental transfer funds is akin to developing a knack for six-place long division. Login for more...



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