TITLE

Reform blown down in the wind

AUTHOR(S)
Maginnis, John
PUB. DATE
May 1995
SOURCE
New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);5/22/95, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Opinion. Criticizes the failure of fiscal reform in Louisiana. Bonus for state worker; Lobbying by teachers; Amount of the 1994 surplus considered as recurring revenue by the Revenue Estimating Conference; Use in retiring state debt; Covering Medicaid deficit.
ACCESSION #
9506190496

 

Related Articles

  • Cyber Crime Unit gets federal grant. Korando, Russell // Wentzville Journal;7/31/2011, Vol. 49 Issue 61, pA3 

    The article reports on the 190,864 U.S. dollars grant awarded by the St. Charles County Council to its Cyber Crime Unit to cover the salaries of three officials assigned to the latter.

  • Public sector pay frozen for the third year in a row. Ryle, Sarah // Public Finance;9/16/94, p2 

    Reports on the plan of British Chancellor Kenneth Clarke to freeze the salaries of public sector workers in Great Britain. Clarke's insistence that any pay awards must again be funded by increased efficiency in line with his promises of low inflation; Department of Treasury's identification of...

  • Inquiry call on civil service pay differences.  // Public Finance;3/17/95, p3 

    Reports on the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy's (CIPFA) call for an inquiry into civil service pay differences in Whitehall Council in London, England. Increase in civil service pay for the year 1994; Pay costs increase; Discrepancy in different departments.

  • Round-up.  // Public Finance;2/7/2003, p17 

    Reports developments in the public finance sector in Europe as of February 2003. Issuance of Best Value performance indicators by the government for 2003 to 2004 period; Analysis of cleanliness in hospitals in Scotland; Retainment of final salary pension scheme in Great Britain Financial...

  • Federal Wage Cutting.  // America;4/8/1933, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p2 

    The author takes issue on the fifteen per cent wage cut ordered by President Franklin Roosevelt for Federal employees in 1933 for the purpose of balancing the Government budget. Although figures from the Department of Labor show a decline in the cost of living in the past years to justify the...

  • Generous to a Fault. Simendinger, Alexis // National Journal;6/14/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 23, p32 

    The article reports on the problem associated with the generous payments to public safety workers in California city of Vallejo. The mayor and the City Council believe that the problem goes beyond the fat promises made to its public safety unions. The mayor and council decided in May 2008 that...

  • Bureaucracy in France.  // America;7/10/1909, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p339 

    The article reports on the salaries allocated for civil servants in France. The civil service budget is valued at $140,000,000 per annum for the 444,000 functionaries. Other persons employed by the French government, include wood and water bailiffs, justices of the peace, attorneys general,...

  • Some Refundings, Very Little New Debt Seen for Alabama in '06. Sigo, Shelly // Bond Buyer;7/28/2005, Vol. 353 Issue 32184, p35 

    Reports that the Alabama Legislature has passed the general fund budget for 2006. Pay increase for state employees proposed by governor Bob Riley; Funding of non-education functions of the government; Debt service repayments.

  • "Corruption Ruins Everything": Gridlock over Suharto's Legacy in Indonesia (Part II). King, Peter // Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus;3/10/2008, Issue 10, p2 

    The article reports on the state of the implementation of political reforms in Indonesia as of March 2008. The President takes initiatives but hesitates fatally to follow through, and compromises his own reputation and effectiveness in the process. Most government ministries, for whom tactical...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics