People must give input on state budget
Minnesotans face tough decisions that potentially will affect their way of life. State government must be reformed, as new predictions to be made in early March could show the state with nearly a $7 billion budget shortfall for the next biennium - a budget that lawmakers are now at work determining what's best for Minnesotans. If so, that will mean some 22 percent of the next state budget will have to be either cut or solved with new money.
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