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Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota, left, and Jim Doyle of Wisconsin sign executive orders that require their aides to look into ways the states can cooperate to save money. An example if Wisconsin using a Minnesota helicopter to check on deer herds. (Don Davis/St. Paul Bureau)

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota and Wisconsin can save millions of dollars if they work closer together - on things such as bulk purchases of salt for roads and food for prisoners - the states' governors said Tuesday.

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