Goodbye Sunshine

Cohn, Jonathan
April 2001
New Republic;04/02/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 14, p25
Looks at the economic problems in Florida due to tax cuts passed by Republican Governor Jeb Bush. Concerns of Republican state legislators about the size of the cuts, in light of budget shortfalls; Views of Burt Saunders, an attorney on the tax cut proposal in the budget by President George W. Bush; Comparison of tax cuts established in Texas; Attitude of Democratic State Senators on the proposed tax cut.


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