On page 4 of the Voters' Pamphlet for the Feb. 3 special election is a brief description of Measure 30 and a statement of the results of a "Yes" or "No" vote. According to this description, a "No" vote on Measure 30 would "trigger $544.6 million in budget cuts to areas including education, health care, senior services and public safety." A "No" vote on Measure 30 would overturn a bipartisan agreement, arrived at by all 25 of our Democratic and 11 of our Republican representatives. This agreement was designed to address the State of Oregon's budget problems. Citizens for a Sound Economy, a Washington, D.C., lobby group, and a few large Oregon businesses seek to overturn the hard work of our elected representatives in arriving at this agreement.