GET THE FACTS - THE 2013-14 NEW YORK STATE BUDGET

 

The State Senate has completed final adoption of the New York State Budget for the 2013-2014 Fiscal Year.   

This marks the third consecutive year that the State Senate has successfully passed on-time budgets that achieve our key goals of controlling spending, reducing the tax burden on New Yorkers, and helping to create new jobs. 

Below are links to a number of documents related to the budget, including final school runs, enacted budget bills, and information regarding the Governor's original Executive Budget proposal.  We encourage you to visit this section of our website on a regular basis to learn more about the new budget and how it will impact your family and your community.

 

 

Links to Budget Bills

State Operations (S.2600E)

Legislature and Judiciary (S.2601A)

State Debt (S.2602A)

Aid to Localities (S.2603E)

Capital Projects (S.2604E)

Public Protection / General Government (S.2605D)

Health and Mental Hygene (S.2606D)

Education, Labor, Housing and Family Assistance (S.2607D)

Transportation, Economic Development and Environmental Conservation (S.2608D)

State Revenue (S.2609D)

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Joint Statement From New York Senate Majority Coalition Co-Leaders
Dean Skelos And Jeff Klein

2013-2014 Enacted Budget Fact Sheet

2013-2014 School Aid

2013 Senate Budget Resolution

2013-14 Executive Budget Legislation – 30-Day Amendments

2013-14 Executive Budget Legislation - 21 Day Amendments

Legislative Public Budget Hearing Schedule on the 2013-2014 Executive Budget

2013-14 Executive Budget Publications and Legislation

Senate Finance and Counsel Budget Analysis (Whitebook)

This page includes all Executive Budget Publications and Legislation, including: the Budget Briefing Book, State Agency Presentations, the Five-Year Capital Program and Financing Plan, the Five-Year Financial Plan, the Economic and Revenue Outlook, the 2013-14 Appropriations Bills, the 2013-14 Article VII Bills and the 2013-14 Memoranda in Support 2013-14 Memoranda in Support (Article VII).