Georgia has about $2.7 billion banked, and nationally, states have put away about $75 billion to pay for everything from teacher salaries to prisons,... State could go through reserve funds quickly

Georgia has about $2.7 billion banked, and nationally, states have put away about $75 billion to pay for everything from teacher salaries to prisons, roads to universities, public heath programs to food safety inspections. That may sound like a lot, but national experts say it could go quickly in an economy likely to face double-digit unemployment and skyrocketing costs for health care and social services in the next two years.

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