A friend in SEED is a friend indeed -- Commissioner stumps for $70 million plan to spur rural business growth
Minnesota has a problem: How to keep so many of its outstate young people from moving to the Twin Cities area.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty thinks part of the answer lies in cultivating small business growth in rural Minnesota.
Next month, he will ask the Legislature for $70 million in 2009 funding for his Strategic Entrepreneurial Economic Development (SEED) program.
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