Proposed & Enacted Budgets

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Staff Contact

Brian Sigritz
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bsigritz@nasbo.org

Overview

Over the coming months, governors in 33 states will propose a new budget for fiscal 2023. 30 states will approve a one-year budget for fiscal 2023, while 3 states (Kentucky, Virginia, and Wyoming) will consider a two-year budget for fiscal 2023 and fiscal 2024. Seventeen states previously enacted a biennial budget for both fiscal 2022 and fiscal 2023; in some of these states, the governor will propose a revised or supplemental budget. 46 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

Soon after the release of each governor's proposed budget for fiscal 2023, NASBO will prepare and publish a summary of the proposal. Please note that the summaries are only intended to detail the governor’s original budget proposal, and do not reflect subsequent revisions or amendments to those proposals. 

As states enact fiscal 2023 budgets, NASBO will add an enacted budget summary to each state page as well. Summaries for states that enacted a biennial budget in 2021 were previously published. View prior fiscal year summaries on proposed and enacted budgets.

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

State

Proposed

Summary Posted

Enacted

Alabama
Alaska 12/15/2021
Arizona 1/14/2022
Arkansas 1/11/2022
California 1/10/2022
Colorado 11/1/2021
Connecticut * *
Delaware
Florida 12/9/2021
Georgia 1/13/2022
Hawaii 12/20/2021 * *
Idaho 1/10/2022
Illinois
Indiana * *
Iowa 1/11/2022
Kansas 1/12/2022
Kentucky 1/13/2022
Louisiana
Maine * *
Maryland 1/19/2022
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota * *
Mississippi 11/15/2021
Missouri 1/19/2022
Montana * *
Nebraska 1/13/2022 * *
Nevada * *
New Hampshire * *
New Jersey
New Mexico 1/6/2022
New York 1/18/2022
North Carolina * *
North Dakota * *
Ohio * *
Oklahoma
Oregon * *
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island 1/20/2022
South Carolina 1/10/2022
South Dakota 12/7/2021
Tennessee
Texas * *
Utah 12/7/2021
Vermont 1/18/2022
Virginia 12/16/2021
Washington 12/16/2021 * *
West Virginia 1/12/2022
Wisconsin * *
Wyoming 11/15/2021
*States marked with an asterisk enacted two-year budgets in 2021 covering FY 2022 and FY 2023. Some of these states may propose and enact supplemental budgets, and this page will be updated as those are released.