States Juggle Priorities in 2004 Budgets Governors across the United States are busy presenting State of the State addresses and firming up budget plans for 2004. Slow revenue growth and an aversion to higher taxes are forcing leaders like Sonny Perdue of Georgia and Janet Napolitano of Arizona to cut programs and increase deficits. Hear Perdue, Napolitano and NPR's Michele Norris.
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States Juggle Priorities in 2004 Budgets

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States Juggle Priorities in 2004 Budgets

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States Juggle Priorities in 2004 Budgets

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Governors across the United States are busy presenting State of the State addresses and firming up budget plans for 2004. Slow revenue growth and an aversion to higher taxes are forcing leaders like Sonny Perdue of Georgia and Janet Napolitano of Arizona to cut programs and increase deficits. Hear Perdue, Napolitano and NPR's Michele Norris.