Senate Minority Publishes Financial Report on the State General Fund
News Release from office of Sen Sam Slom, July 25, 2016
HONOLULU — Today, the Hawaii Senate Minority published an article assessing the financial health of the state general fund as a result of key decisions made by the legislative and executive branches during the 2016 legislative session.
Minority Leader Senator Sam Slom says, "The state has a responsibility to spend wisely, and to keep the public apprised, at all times, of where their tax dollars are going. With the legislative session behind us, it's a great time to look closely at the budget to see how the state's fiscal outlook has been impacted.”
Titled "Post Legislative Session Financial Report on the General Fund FY 2017 – 21," the article neatly sums up the state budget, and can be found on the Senate Minority website at www.hawaii-senateminority.com.
PDF: Full Report
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About the Hawaii Senate Minority
Senator Samuel M. Slom has represented Hawaii’s 9th senatorial district since 1996. The lone Republican in the Hawaii State Senate, Slom is presently the only single-member caucus in any legislature in the United States. Slom serves on all Senate committees, sub-committees and special committees, is minority leader and floor leader, and is Vice Chair of the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Environment and Technology. For further information on Senator Slom and the Hawaii Senate Minority, visit www.hawaii-senateminority.com.