Does anyone else find it puzzling that House budget writers are ignoring a half billion dollar pot of money sitting at their fingertips?
Instead of increasing class sizes or raising taxes, why is the General Assembly not seizing the reported $553 million in cash sitting in the Golden LEAF Foundation?
Not only that, Golden LEAF receives an additional $80 million per year from the tobacco master settlement agreement that budget writers could take as well.
Why is Golden LEAF not sharing the burden of the current economic problems?
Civitas' Brian Balfour has a fantastic piece on why it's time to dissolve Golden LEAF.