Don’t Rely on Cuts Alone To Balance State Budget PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Florida is in another budget crunch and has significant economic problems. Resigning ourselves only to cuts is a shortsighted approach to the challenges facing our state. Some budget cuts may be necessary, but those who care for the future of the state must raise their voices in favor of a balanced approach that includes revenues.

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