CAPITOL CHATTER Court rules against unallotment
Updated 12:45 p.m.:
The Minnesota Supreme Court says Gov. Tim Pawlenty was wrong when he made unilateral budget cuts last summer.
The ruling, released this morning, technically only a covers... Posted on 5/5/10 at 6:45 AM
WORTHINGTON — Cutting the budget for flowers on 10th Street and setting a minimum snowfall amount for plowing will not be enough to offset this year’s proposed Local Government Aid (LGA) unallotment that could top $900,000.
Rep. Hamilton claims he fights tirelessly on behalf of the people of District 22B. Lord knows rural areas could use a tireless advocate. The small towns of rural Minnesota are fighting for their lives.
It’s time for some state advocacy groups or unions to take their complaints of the governor’s approach to balancing the budget to court. It would be in their best interest and really in the best interest of all Minnesotans.
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