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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democrats in Pennsylvania on Wednesday attacked a newly unveiled $27.7 billion state spending plan written by majority Republicans, calling it a gift to big business that will lock in this year’s deep cuts in aid to public schools while forcing longer waits for people who need services such as treatment for mental illness or addiction.

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