Representative Perry: Scott made the right call with vetoes
One State Representative is confident this year’s state budget is better prioritized than the last. Marion County State Representative Keith Perry says the Governor’s decision to veto $473 million less than last year was well thought out.
Perry says the state’s main concern now should be unemployment. He says core services in the government become difficult to provide with so many people out of work.
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