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The NSW Budget was delivered yesterday and was disappointing for people with disability across the state.Photo of a pen, resting on papers with pictures of graphs and finances and saying 'Budget'. There are objects like pie and bar graphs next to the pen.

Despite a record surplus, the NSW Government is reducing spending on people with disability, as the NDIS rolls out and the NSW disability budgets are reduced.

This means that people with disability, who do not receive an NDIS package, will no longer have any support.
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