Pawlenty calls for spending cuts
ST. PAUL - Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposes a mixture of state spending cuts, use of reserve funds and some additional tax revenue to fix a predicted state budget deficit of nearly $1 billion.
The Republican governor said Friday school classrooms and state aid to local governments would be spared from reductions under his plan, but health care, higher education and other programs would lose some funding.
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