Political Notebook: Pawlenty's budget plan heavy on cuts
Gov. Tim Pawlenty warns Minnesotans that his budget plan will cut a lot of budgets.
Democrats said they can accept some cuts, but still support a "balanced approach," which can be defined as a mix of cuts and tax increases.
The real budget discussions begin today because Republican Pawlenty will release his proposals for adjusting the current two-year, $30 billion budget to plug a $1.2 billion deficit. He already has cut $2.7 billion.
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