Minnesota's government shutdown cost nearly $60 million, saved $65 million in salaries
Published 11/22/2011, Associated Press
This summer's Minnesota government shutdown forced the closure of state parks during peak camping season, interrupted road projects, frayed nerves and tempers and left thousands of public employees lighter in the wallet. But for the state, at least, it was somewhat of a financial wash.Word count: 985
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