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February 12, 2016 9:25 AM

Legislators make few repairs to Florida’s safety net but push back on tax cuts

Legislators make some progress in repairing safety net programs, but tax cuts, hometown projects draw more attention

Waiting lists continue to grow for aid to elderly, children, disabled

Push-back over governor’s tax cuts signals shift in concern over long-term ability to meet budget needs

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