I've noted before that there are places that government spending can be cut to provide taxpayers better return on their investment. Now, the Committee on Government Efficiency has come to the same conclusion
The Committee on Government Efficiency delivered its report to Gov. Bill Richardson and legislators with recommendations to merge some departments, eliminate certain boards and commissions, saving $129 million overall.
Now, let's see if the Governor and legislators are more committed to finally reigning in spending or continuing to throw our hard earned money away.
Labels: Government, Spending