Businesses win; schools, state workers lose under Scott's first budget plan PDF  | Print |  E-mail

"It's really impossible to cut this state's budget by $5 billion and not do irrevocable damage to the state's most vulnerable population," said Karen Woodall, a lobbyist and health care advocate.

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