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"Trends in state government expenditures," from Dewhurst campaign
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FIGURE 16
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TRENDS IN STATE GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES
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IN MILLIONSALL FUNDSGENERAL REVENUE FUNDS
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ADJUSTEDADJUSTED
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FOR POPULATIONFOR POPULATION
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UNADJUSTEDAND INFLATIONUNADJUSTEDAND INFLATION
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FISCAL%%%%
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BIENNIUMAMOUNTCHANGEAMOUNTCHANGEAMOUNTCHANGEAMOUNTCHANGE
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1992-93$62,784N/A$62,784N/A$34,855N/A34,855N/A
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1994-95$72,76915.9 $65,9405.0 $39,95914.6 36,2103.9
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1996-97$80,10910.1 $65,9950.1 $44,68611.8 36,8131.7
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1998-99$88,29310.2 $67,1531.8 $48,8909.4 37,1841.0
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2000-01$101,46414.9 $70,2174.6 $55,64813.8 38,5103.6
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2002-03$115,91614.2 $74,2505.7 $59,9187.7 38,381(0.3)
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2004-05$126,6349.2 $74,5230.4 $58,956(1.6)34,695(9.6)
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2006-07$142,74512.7 $75,5581.4 $67,20814.0 35,5752.5
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2008-09$172,13120.6 $83,0729.9 $81,63921.5 39,39910.8
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2010-11$187,5178.9 $84,8122.1 $81,9310.4 37,056(5.9)
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2012-13*$173,484(7.5)$72,440(14.6)$81,290(0.8)33,944(8.4)
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*Estimated.
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SOURCES: Legislative Budget Board; Moody's Analytics.
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Change in GR spending adjusted for population and inflation since Lt. Governor Dewhurst has taken office:
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(FY2012-13-FY2002-03) / FY2002-03
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(33944-38381) / 38381 =
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-11.56%
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-11.56%
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