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  1. State Finances: Recent Trends and Outlook
  2. Presentation Outline
  3. States in the Federal, State, Local Fiscal System
  4. States In The Federal-State-Local Fiscal System
  5. State and Local Governments Have Been Growing Substantially
  6. Composition and Funding of State Spending
  7. 'Typical' State Relies on Diversified Revenue Base
  8. There Is No Typical State--State Fiscal Structures Vary Widely
  9. State Fiscal Structure and Fiscal Performance
  10. Fiscal Structure and Fiscal Performance--Income Tax
  11. Fiscal Structure and Fiscal Performance--Sales Tax
  12. Fiscal Structure and Fiscal Performance--Other
  13. State Finances Boomed In The 1990's
  14. Fiscal Environment of the 1990s
  15. How States Used The Good News
  16. The Boom Was Unsustainable
  17. Extraordinary Combination Of Forces Drove Income Tax Growth In 1990s
  18. Ever-Volatile Capital Gains Grew Much Faster Than Wages
  19. Shifts Over Time: Medicaid Dominated Early.1990s, Then K-12 Was Dominant


The title of this slide is 'State Finances: Recent Trends and Outlook.' It is the first slide in a presentation by Donald J. Boyd, Deputy Director of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, of which Richard P. Nathan is the Director. The slides were presented at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002. Mr. Boyd's contact information is boydd@rockinst.org, phone number 518-443-5284.

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State Finances: Recent Trends and Outlook, a presentation by Donald J. Boyd from the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002. The public policy research arm of the State University of New York (SUNY) does research on welfare reform, new initiatives on social services reform, and tracking and analysis of fiscal issues and trends in States. Our Web site lists our publications, which are usually free for download.

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