State Expenditures

The state uses the revenue it collects to provide various services to the state's citizens. Buying those services through vendors, paying state employees, or transferring money to local governments and schools results in expenditures.

The General Assembly and the Governor are responsible for appropriating state funds to various departments and programs.

For more information about state expenditures or appropriations, see:

The State's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

The Long Appropriations Bill 

The Joint Budget Committee's Appropriations Report

The Joint Budget Committee's Budget in Brief