COVID-19 created an economic crisis that led Georgia lawmakers to call for deep budget cuts to every state agency. But without an effort to raise revenues and fix budget shortfalls, our state faces a massive economic downturn that will severely underfund critical programs and services, harming the lives of millions of Georgians in every community across the state.

Join the GBPI staff on June 8 at 6:30 p.m. for a virtual Budget Town Hall as we examine the latest budget proposals, how drastic cuts will affect daily lives of Georgians statewide and the best options to raise revenues and avert these harmful cuts. Register here.

Share this: Deep budget cuts could harm the lives of Georgians statewide for years to come. Join GBPI for a Budget Town Hall on June 8 to learn how the state can raise revenues to protect education, health care and other critical services. Register here: #gapol 

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