Ducey’s budget will use that money to fund his spending priorities in education.
The governor’s proposal, released last week, shows $79 million in “efficiency savings” or cuts to agency budgets for things like employee vacancies and lower utility bills. A lot of money is being moved around, differing sources and differing allocations.
Greg Vigdor, president of the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, said in a news release that his group is aware of the proposal and is “seeking further clarification in terms of the impact to Arizona hospitals.”
Follow the moves at Arizona Capitol Times