RIPEC: Fiscal belt-tightening required with drying up of federal funds

THE RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL on Wednesday released its analysis of Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s fiscal 2024 budget proposal, urging fiscal restraint in future cycles. / COURTESY NEW HARBOR GROUP
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council, a nonprofit public policy research organization, on Wednesday published its analysis of Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s $13.75 billion fiscal 2024 budget proposal and fiscal 2023 amendments. The message was clear: the rain of federal dollars, an historic outlier resulting from the COVID-19 emergency, are soon coming to…

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