Actually more than that, but what Goldy said.
But adding, like a broken record, that these legislators ought to take a good hard look at their districts if they want to balance the budget with cuts alone. If there is a lot of waste in state government, then some must flow into all districts. It must be gobbled up by their constituents. Their friends and neighbors, as much as anyone else, gobble up the social services and the education the state pays for, so they might as well start cutting in their own back yard.
If they can’t think of cuts proportionate to their districts’ share of state spending, then perhaps tax increases are necessary.