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State budget not out of the woods yet

March 1, 2013

Minnesota got some very encouraging news Thursday with the latest economic forecast from the Department of Minnesota Management and Budget....

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Mar-01-13 12:22 PM

"$295 surplus." is not a very big amount to pay down past due payments. Good thing the editor got it right.

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Mar-01-13 4:11 PM

The candidates who were elected all made the promise k-12 education would be fully funded and there would be no "gimmickry" used in any education payments. Well, HF1 raised the delay split from 82.5%/17.5% to 90%/10% which is still the same old "gimmickry" delay. But in the detail of the Governor's Budget, he increases the per pupil amount by about $50+ but the delay does not get paid back until 2016-2017 Budget. If he proposes to raise taxes by $2Billion, why does'nt he pay the k-12 schools completely and hold the schools accountable as they would be fully funded denying them the continuing excuse " the state underfunds us each year".

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