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.[audio:https://www.wuft.org/news/files/2012/04/Perrysb1.mp3]
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.