The Louisiana Budget Project was cited in The New York Times article entitled, “Do Good C.E.O.’s Make Good Presidents?”
Here is an excerpt:
. . . But many critics, like Jan Moller, director of the Louisiana Budget Project, an advocacy group for the state’s poor, worries that cutting taxes and decreasing government spending will ensure that the affluent remain comfortable and the poor remain stuck. “The cuts-only approach has hurt Louisiana more than it’s helped,” he told me.
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