budget period

budget period

The interval of time—usually 12 months—into which the project period is divided for budgetary and funding purposes.
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Even after enough people to equal the combined populations of Florence, Junction City and Veneta quit smoking, the state's revenue from tobacco taxes would still increase by $180 million in 2007-09, and by $235 million in the following two-year budget period. That's more than enough to pay for Kulongoski's proposal to provide free or low-cost health insurance to every child who needs it.
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