At this point we can't tell exactly what the deficit will be, so it is difficult to determine what budget balancing measures should be put in place to close that gap. In 2007, the state budget was in balance and we had $1billion in the rainy day fund. Today, it is clear that our state government hasn't been able to live within its means, while many Ohioans find themselves watching every dollar they spend and are making tough financial decisions over what they can and cannot afford. They expect and deserve that their state government will do the same. As I said, it is critical that we establish the most competitive environment for business investment. Therefore, raising taxes and increasing the burden on taxpayers could jeopardize any future economic growth. In the long term, I'm very interested in looking at proposals that recommend consolidation of not only state government, but all levels of government.