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Future (for now) looks bright with projected surplus on the horizon

March 9, 2013

MARSHALL — Budget deficits have become an unfortunate norm at the state Capitol, and as compromise has often been hard to come by among political leaders, solutions to those annual deficits of the......

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Mar-09-13 7:33 PM

Way to try putting a negative spin on it, Chris.

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Mar-10-13 10:48 AM

Do you eat with that mouth? Or kiss your mother?

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Mar-10-13 7:23 PM

I'm pretty sure the whole world has no idea what you are referring to, al.

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Mar-11-13 9:02 AM

I'm pretty sure they do.

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Mar-11-13 5:37 PM

Isn't there something written in law that states that any budget surplus has to go towards paying back the money that was borrowed from education spending? I see research in my future...

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Mar-12-13 9:20 PM

Bystander, please research that. Pawlenty's practice of borrowing from school payments almost ruined the state. In fact, everything he did pointed the state toward a Depression, let alone recession.

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