I’m extremely troubled by the way the 2009 Legislative Session has ended, with the Democratic majority in the House and Senate washing their hands of a $6.4 billion deficit and forcing Gov. Tim Pawlenty to balance the budget on his own.
Dist. 22A Doug Magnus, R-Slayton
, May 20, 2009
The Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce should be commended for arranging Saturday’s legislative breakfast, which brought all three of our region’s St. Paul representatives together to meet interested constitutents.
Local state legislators gather for Q&A session at Worthington Country Club
WORTHINGTON — The central message from Saturday’s Legislative Breakfast seemed to be that everyone needs to work together to get through the economic crisis.
WORTHINGTON — At least 60 people overflowed the council chambers at Worthington City Hall Friday during a legislative town hall meeting, filling the approximately 30 chairs, standing in the back of the room and cramming themselves into the stairwell near the door.
Balancing budget will be tough, legislators say WORTHINGTON — When Minnesota’s legislative session opens today, senators and representatives will have the daunting task of balancing a budget that, in early December, showed a nearly $5 billion shortfall.
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