We have to cut waste, not our schools. That is why I have a plan to require on-going, professional audits of all state agencies to find waste and identify places to cut costs. I want to give incentives to state employees to root out waste by rewarding whistle blowers and waste-cutters. And I have a plan to force state agencies to do more with less by passing a temporary spending freeze on inefficient state agencies. Ending wasteful spending will help fight back against cuts to things that matter to us, like high quality schools and in-home care for seniors. Ending the waste will enable us to do things like give tax breaks to small businesses that create jobs, and find transportation solutions.