Specifically, there is the state match to the earned income tax credit. The Department of Revenue was supposed to build a computer to handle the transactions, but there was no money to pay for the credit. It's stopped after $230,000 of $1.2 million was spent.
Then there's Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown's addition to the property tax session last year: a deferral program funded with $5.5 million that only a handful of people have actually used. $5.2 million taken back.
And of course there's paid family leave. Which we already knew about.