Ever wonder how our tax dollars are allocated in Virginia? Well, this chart shows you just how it's budgeted. Virginia's state government budget is divided into an operating budget and a capital budget. The operating budget includes expenses to run the daily activities of government. The capital budget includes the one-time costs of building, improving, or repairing government facilities. The budget of the Commonwealth for the 2014-2016 biennium includes $95.5 billion for operating expenses and $1.5 billion in capital outlay expenses. So, education gets the most of the budget with Health and Human Services next. Discouraged by the amount allocated for public safety? You're not alone
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