In addition, the proposal would:
-- make "the equivalent of three percent spending cuts across state government, with all options on the table to achieve those cuts." That would save $158 million, the Governor's Office said.
-- eliminate $150 million in stalled capital outlay projects.
-- prohibit double dipping, which the Governor's Office said would save $4 million.
-- adopt recommendations of the Committee on Government Efficiency created by Richardson, to save $25 million.
-- eliminate exempt employees, to save $8 million.