Stop state budget cuts during coronavirus pandemic and focus on tax reform April 7, 2020

Mark Vossler, MD, Max Savishinsky
& Stephen Bezruchka, Washington PSR | Seattle Times

We are in a time of crisis, a time of great uncertainty. We don’t know how many people will die of COVID-19, nor the extent of the economic harm that will result from physical distancing. We do know that the health and economic pain will be felt most acutely by low-income people and communities of color, and we must protect the programs and services that support those who are most vulnerable due to long-entrenched systemic inequities.

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