Delaware Legislators To Address Budget Crisis and Long-Term Solutions
On November 3, the Coalition for Budget Justice will sponsor the “Delaware Budget Forum: A Progressive View for Moving Forward” at the Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Ave., beginning at 5:30. The forum features three of the six progressive Democrats who voted against the budget deal negotiated at the end of June, including Rep. Paul Baumbach, Rep. John Kowalko, and Rep. Sean Lynn.
Legislators will discuss with the community how the adopted budget will negatively impact Delaware and also highlight budget solutions that both address immediate needs and build toward a robust long-term economic future that supports the middle class.
“We have to make sure Delaware’s future budget uses a reasonable mix of raising revenues and making cuts, instead of just cutting to those most vulnerable,” says Mikki Snyder-Hall, a member of the Coalition. “So come engage with legislators who stand up for these principles!”
WHAT: Forum Discussing Delaware’s Budget and Paths Forward
WHO: Coalition for Budget Justice, Rep. Baumbach, Rep. Kowalko, and Rep. Lynn
WHEN: November 3rd, at 5:30 – 7:00 pm
WHERE: Lewes Public Library (111 Adams Ave)
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