ICFP Revenue Update

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Ensuring families and communities across Idaho can thrive despite the current health and economic challenges must be the top priority of the state legislature as they make budget decisions in January 2021.
With over 100,000 Idahoans recently out of work and a partial rebound expected because of the continued dangers of the pandemic, Idaho’s state revenues are expected to fall with the budget year that starts July 1 (FY 2021). To avoid layoffs of teachers, first responders, health workers, and others, state and federal policymakers should consider bold actions, such as tapping state reserves and working with Congress to develop a plan for federal aid.
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