Like most other governmental issues, this is not a revenue problem, but a spending problem. The university chancellor lives in a free $2 million mansion and has a higher salary than the governor. Universities continue to acquire land and build, build, build.
What’s worse is seeing Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor trying to score political points without offering a solution to the problem that was in part created by the Barnes-Taylor-Murphy team long before Perdue came on the scene.
As usual, it’s the students in the middle who suffer.