Additional budget cuts this year could result in fewer meals for seniors, larger class sizes in public schools and deeper cuts to state programs that already have gone through several reductions, The Eagle reported Tuesday. That makes even more indefensible the refusal last session by most GOP state lawmakers to temporarily delay the phase-in of tax cuts for estates and corporations. If everything is on the budget-cutting table, as GOP lawmakers have said, then that should include tax cuts to the wealthy, not just services to the poor.
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