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Should the General Assembly have stayed in session until the structural budget deficit was eliminated?


While the General Assembly accomplished much in the most recent legislative session, including income tax reform, many say that its fiscal year 2011 budget still does not deal with the “structural deficit” that the state’s long-term obligations cause.

Should the Legislature have stayed in session until it could show a plan that would bring the state’s obligations in line with its projected revenue?


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