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Over 500 people gathered at Quincy High School last night to voice objections to service cuts and fare increases proposed by the MBTA. The T is facing a $161 million budget deficit for fiscal 2013. Residents told MBTA general manager Jonathan Davis that the proposals would disproportionately affect the poor, elderly, and disabled. Davis was booed when he told the residents something has to be done to handle the MBTA’s massive debt. Audience members challenged the T to find more effective solutions.