Georgia Governor Nathan Deal outlined his priorities for 2014 in his state of the state address yesterday.
Budget plans total $42.3 dollars.
Governor Deal wants to spend nearly 21 billion in state funds that come from personal income and sales tax collections.
His budget plans also include an additional $547 million for primary and secondary public schools in the state.
Deal says the extra funds would help local school systems increase the number of school days, reduce teacher furloughs, and increase teacher salaries.