Legislators in Raleigh will be considering a new budget any day now, as they face a July 1 deadline. For government reformers, a new budget sounds like a great idea as North Carolina faces a $4.6 billion deficit. However, rather than cutting fat and waste in the budget, Governor Beverly Perdue’s plan calls for an additional $1.5 billion in spending for education, even as state revenues fall.How does she and other House and Senate leaders plan to make up this huge difference? With a big package of new taxes and fees applied inconsistently across the economy, picking and choosing the winners and losers. The House and Senate are considering different plans, but here are a few of the suggestions on the table that will hurt North Carolina families and businesses.