Proposed & Enacted Budgets

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Brian Sigritz
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Overview

Governors in 47 states, Guam, and the District of Columbia have proposed a new budget for fiscal 2024. Thirty-one states will approve a one-year budget for fiscal 2024, while 16 states will enact a two-year budget for fiscal 2024 and fiscal 2025. Kentucky, Virginia, and Wyoming previously enacted a biennial budget for both fiscal 2023 and fiscal 2024; the governors of Virginia and Wyoming have proposed revisions to their current biennial budgets. Forty-six states begin their fiscal year on July 1 (New York begins its fiscal year on April 1, Texas on September 1, and Alabama and Michigan on October 1).


Budget Summaries & Links

Click on a state below to view fiscal 2024 budget summaries, links to proposed/enacted budgets and more details about their budget processes (as reported in NASBO’s Budget Processes in the States). You may also view prior fiscal year summaries on proposed and enacted budgets.

Please note the fiscal 2024 budget summaries are only intended to detail the governor’s original budget proposal, and do not reflect subsequent revisions or amendments to those proposals. 

*States marked with an asterisk enacted two-year budgets in 2022 covering FY 2023 and FY 2024. Some of these states may propose and enact supplemental budgets, and this page will be updated as those are released.

For states with an enacted budget, the date of enactment (date signed by the governor) is listed below. Where “Yes” is listed instead of a date, this indicates the state has an enacted budget, but the date of enactment is either unknown or the state’s budget is comprised of multiple bills enacted on multiple dates.

State

Proposed

Budget

Proposed Summary

Posted

Enacted

Budget

Enacted Summary

Posted

Alabama 3/7/2023 Read 6/1/2023 Read
Alaska 12/15/2022 Read 6/19/2023 Read
Arizona 1/13/2023 Read 5/11/2023 Read
Arkansas 11/10/2022 Read Yes Read
California 1/10/2023 Read 6/27/2023 Read
Colorado 11/1/2022 Read 5/1/2023 Read
Connecticut 2/8/2023 Read 6/12/2023
Delaware 1/26/2023 Read 6/30/2023 Read
District of Columbia 3/22/2023 Read 5/30/2023
Florida 2/1/2023 Read 6/15/2023
Georgia 1/13/2023 Read 5/5/2023 Read
Guam 1/31/2023 Read 9/12/2023
Hawaii 12/19/2022 Read 6/30/2023 Read
Idaho 1/9/2023 Read Yes Read
Illinois 2/15/2023 Read 6/7/2023 Read
Indiana 1/5/2023 Read 5/5/2023 Read
Iowa 1/10/2023 Read 6/1/2023 Read
Kansas 1/12/2023 Read 5/15/2023 Read
Kentucky * *
Louisiana 2/17/2023 Read 6/29/2023
Maine 1/11/2023 Read 3/31/2023 & 7/11/2023 Read
Maryland 1/20/2023 Read 4/24/2023 Read
Massachusetts 3/1/2023 Read 8/9/2023 Read
Michigan 2/8/2023 Read 7/31/2023 Read
Minnesota 1/24/2023 Read 5/24/2023 Read
Mississippi 11/15/2022 Read 4/24/2023 Read
Missouri 1/18/2023 Read 6/30/2023 Read
Montana 11/15/2022 Read 6/14/2023 Read
Nebraska 1/25/2023 Read 5/24/2023 Read
Nevada 1/23/2023 Read Yes
New Hampshire 2/14/2023 Read 6/20/2023 Read
New Jersey 2/28/2023 Read 6/30/2023 Read
New Mexico 1/10/2023 Read 4/7/2023 Read
New York 2/1/2023 Read 5/3/2023 Read
North Carolina 3/15/2023 Read Yes
North Dakota 12/7/2022 Read 5/9/2023 Read
Ohio 1/31/2023 Read 7/4/2023 Read
Oklahoma 2/6/2023 Read 6/2/2023 Read
Oregon 1/31/2023 Read Yes Read
Pennsylvania 3/7/2023 Read 8/3/2023
Puerto Rico 5/12/2023 6/30/2023
Rhode Island 1/19/2023 Read 6/16/2023 Read
South Carolina 1/6/2023 Read 6/20/2023 Read
South Dakota 12/6/2022 Read 3/20/2023 Read
Tennessee 2/6/2023 Read Yes Read
Texas 2/16/2023 Read 6/18/2023
Utah 12/9/2022 Read Yes
Vermont 1/20/2023 Read 6/20/2023 Read
Virginia 12/15/2022* Read 9/14/2023*
Virgin Islands 5/30/2023
Washington 12/14/2022 Read 5/16/2023 Read
West Virginia 1/11/2023 Read 3/17/2023 Read
Wisconsin 2/15/2023 Read 7/5/2023 Read
Wyoming 11/18/2022* Read 2/24/2023*