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Meant to provide to Deniseandreia

2015/12/13

23:06
Meant to provide to the above ceommnt.Fourteen Point Plan to Cut Spending to Balance the State Budget: Across-the-boardcuts do not get to the root of the over-spending, over-regulating problem. Cutting 2.5%, 5%or 10% of a department, agency, or program that is outside basic constitutional authoritydoes not go far enough to solve the spending problem. It is time to get state governmentspending under control by:1) focusing on the basic constitutional duties of state government, making those the topbudget priorities;2) employing zero-based budgeting for every agency, department, and program;3) asserting constitutional and moral duty to first protect and preserve the interests of thecitizens and legal residents of Texas by requiring all public service providers to verify andreport the citizenship/legal residency of those they serve to the State and to the Peopleof Texas, thereby ensuring appropriate budget allocations can be made for legal Texasresidents, versus those from other States (both foreign and domestic);4) eliminating overlapping, duplicated agencies, departments, and programs (example,the natural resource agencies: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Rail RoadCommission, Public Utility Commission, General Land Office, Agriculture Commission,Parks & Wildlife);5) injecting competition into the delivery of services for improved service quality and lowercosts (outsourcing, improved centralized procurement for volume purchasing discounts, andefficient contract management);6) determining feasibility of purchase deferrals for all unspent appropriations in currentbudget and for new budget requests for capital assets (vehicles, equipment, technology,new facilities/upgrades/remodels);7) instituting an immediate hiring freeze and review of all state government positions, allpersonnel policies, and all benefits; review solvency of benefit funding for state employees;end longevity pay for state employees; increase contribution levels for state employeestoward their own pension and insurance benefits;8) cutting pay for state employees, including statewide officials. Top officials should lead bycutting their pay first. (No public employee should make more than the Governor, includingschool superintendents.) Care should be taken not to reduce lowest paid state workers tothe point of making them eligible for social services, thereby driving up state costs.9) ending the practice of diverting funds from the originally-intended purpose to other uses(for example, the state motor fuels tax of which 47% is diverted to non-transportation fund use);10) mandating review of all agencies, departments, and programs to match funding withoriginally-intended mission and to determine whether or not the agency/department/program is producing measurable results; although this is the purpose of the SunsetCommission, the Sunset Commission needs to be revamped with more private citizenrepresentation on the review board;11) reviewing state debt for savings through debt consolidation, lower interest rates;12) suspending funding of parks, bike and walking trails, renovations of historical properties;13) reviewing and curtailing in many cases state economic incentives and subsidies (ourlow taxes, limited regulations, right to work laws, and civil justice system provide plenty ofincentives for companies to come to Texas, when compared to other states); 14) reasserting State Sovereignty under the 10th Amendment of the US Constitution. Toomuch state spending is driven by accepting unconstitutional federal funding with strings,regulation, and mandates. All federal funds that come with added strings and regulationshould be rejected.The problem with having taxpayer money in the bank is that cowardly politicians see it as a quick fix to a near term problem rather than facing the long term issues, or the unintended consquences of their politically expedient decisions.

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Meant to provide to Deniseandreia

2015/12/13

23:06
Meant to provide to the above ceommnt.Fourteen Point Plan to Cut Spending to Balance the State Budget: Across-the-boardcuts do not get to the root of the over-spending, over-regulating problem. Cutting 2.5%, 5%or 10% of a department, agency, or program that is outside basic constitutional authoritydoes not go far enough to solve the spending problem. It is time to get state governmentspending under control by:1) focusing on the basic constitutional duties of state government, making those the topbudget priorities;2) employing zero-based budgeting for every agency, department, and program;3) asserting constitutional and moral duty to first protect and preserve the interests of thecitizens and legal residents of Texas by requiring all public service providers to verify andreport the citizenship/legal residency of those they serve to the State and to the Peopleof Texas, thereby ensuring appropriate budget allocations can be made for legal Texasresidents, versus those from other States (both foreign and domestic);4) eliminating overlapping, duplicated agencies, departments, and programs (example,the natural resource agencies: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Rail RoadCommission, Public Utility Commission, General Land Office, Agriculture Commission,Parks & Wildlife);5) injecting competition into the delivery of services for improved service quality and lowercosts (outsourcing, improved centralized procurement for volume purchasing discounts, andefficient contract management);6) determining feasibility of purchase deferrals for all unspent appropriations in currentbudget and for new budget requests for capital assets (vehicles, equipment, technology,new facilities/upgrades/remodels);7) instituting an immediate hiring freeze and review of all state government positions, allpersonnel policies, and all benefits; review solvency of benefit funding for state employees;end longevity pay for state employees; increase contribution levels for state employeestoward their own pension and insurance benefits;8) cutting pay for state employees, including statewide officials. Top officials should lead bycutting their pay first. (No public employee should make more than the Governor, includingschool superintendents.) Care should be taken not to reduce lowest paid state workers tothe point of making them eligible for social services, thereby driving up state costs.9) ending the practice of diverting funds from the originally-intended purpose to other uses(for example, the state motor fuels tax of which 47% is diverted to non-transportation fund use);10) mandating review of all agencies, departments, and programs to match funding withoriginally-intended mission and to determine whether or not the agency/department/program is producing measurable results; although this is the purpose of the SunsetCommission, the Sunset Commission needs to be revamped with more private citizenrepresentation on the review board;11) reviewing state debt for savings through debt consolidation, lower interest rates;12) suspending funding of parks, bike and walking trails, renovations of historical properties;13) reviewing and curtailing in many cases state economic incentives and subsidies (ourlow taxes, limited regulations, right to work laws, and civil justice system provide plenty ofincentives for companies to come to Texas, when compared to other states); 14) reasserting State Sovereignty under the 10th Amendment of the US Constitution. Toomuch state spending is driven by accepting unconstitutional federal funding with strings,regulation, and mandates. All federal funds that come with added strings and regulationshould be rejected.The problem with having taxpayer money in the bank is that cowardly politicians see it as a quick fix to a near term problem rather than facing the long term issues, or the unintended consquences of their politically expedient decisions.

返信283
Meant to provide to Deniseandreia

2015/12/13

23:06
Meant to provide to the above ceommnt.Fourteen Point Plan to Cut Spending to Balance the State Budget: Across-the-boardcuts do not get to the root of the over-spending, over-regulating problem. Cutting 2.5%, 5%or 10% of a department, agency, or program that is outside basic constitutional authoritydoes not go far enough to solve the spending problem. It is time to get state governmentspending under control by:1) focusing on the basic constitutional duties of state government, making those the topbudget priorities;2) employing zero-based budgeting for every agency, department, and program;3) asserting constitutional and moral duty to first protect and preserve the interests of thecitizens and legal residents of Texas by requiring all public service providers to verify andreport the citizenship/legal residency of those they serve to the State and to the Peopleof Texas, thereby ensuring appropriate budget allocations can be made for legal Texasresidents, versus those from other States (both foreign and domestic);4) eliminating overlapping, duplicated agencies, departments, and programs (example,the natural resource agencies: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Rail RoadCommission, Public Utility Commission, General Land Office, Agriculture Commission,Parks & Wildlife);5) injecting competition into the delivery of services for improved service quality and lowercosts (outsourcing, improved centralized procurement for volume purchasing discounts, andefficient contract management);6) determining feasibility of purchase deferrals for all unspent appropriations in currentbudget and for new budget requests for capital assets (vehicles, equipment, technology,new facilities/upgrades/remodels);7) instituting an immediate hiring freeze and review of all state government positions, allpersonnel policies, and all benefits; review solvency of benefit funding for state employees;end longevity pay for state employees; increase contribution levels for state employeestoward their own pension and insurance benefits;8) cutting pay for state employees, including statewide officials. Top officials should lead bycutting their pay first. (No public employee should make more than the Governor, includingschool superintendents.) Care should be taken not to reduce lowest paid state workers tothe point of making them eligible for social services, thereby driving up state costs.9) ending the practice of diverting funds from the originally-intended purpose to other uses(for example, the state motor fuels tax of which 47% is diverted to non-transportation fund use);10) mandating review of all agencies, departments, and programs to match funding withoriginally-intended mission and to determine whether or not the agency/department/program is producing measurable results; although this is the purpose of the SunsetCommission, the Sunset Commission needs to be revamped with more private citizenrepresentation on the review board;11) reviewing state debt for savings through debt consolidation, lower interest rates;12) suspending funding of parks, bike and walking trails, renovations of historical properties;13) reviewing and curtailing in many cases state economic incentives and subsidies (ourlow taxes, limited regulations, right to work laws, and civil justice system provide plenty ofincentives for companies to come to Texas, when compared to other states); 14) reasserting State Sovereignty under the 10th Amendment of the US Constitution. Toomuch state spending is driven by accepting unconstitutional federal funding with strings,regulation, and mandates. All federal funds that come with added strings and regulationshould be rejected.The problem with having taxpayer money in the bank is that cowardly politicians see it as a quick fix to a near term problem rather than facing the long term issues, or the unintended consquences of their politically expedient decisions.

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