Minnesota Senate bill could close $2.9B gap
Published 05/09/2010, INFORUM
Would affect most things the state pays for, including aid to public colleges
ST. PAUL – A bill steaming toward a vote in the Minnesota Senate would close most of the state’s $2.9 billion budget gap with spending cuts, payment delays and possibly a tax hike.
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