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Gov. Mark Dayton said on Thursday night that he wants a complete budget-balancing deal, so he vetoed a partial one Republicans sent to him. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

Budget cut bill vetoed; Dayton calls bill 'extreme rashness'

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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's new Democratic governor called a Republican-written budget-cutting plan unconstitutional when he vetoed it Thursday, and neither he nor legislative leaders showed any sign of compromise as they work to plug a $6.2 billion budget deficit.

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