On the steps of the state capitol, rally-goers pointed to pre-school programs, higher education funding and healthcare for kids that would be reduced if tax cuts were approved.
They say whether the cuts are $50 million or $150 million, services that families rely on would be affected because it's a reduction in state revenue.
According to these advocates, the state is the only avenue for funding, so something's got to give.
"If we lost money through the state revenue in tax cuts, we are going to lose services at the local level," says
Those pushing for the tax cuts, like House Speaker Davy Carter, say there's plenty of revenue to allow for the cuts without costing services in the state, despite the arguments presented by some state agencies.
More than $1 billion worth of tax cut bills have been proposed in this legislative session.