Dayton, lawmakers don't agree on numbers
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Legislature's nine budget bills fall more than $1 billion short, Gov. Mark Dayton's key advisors say.
"While the bills purport to resolve the $5 billion deficit, they do not," Revenue Commissioner Myron Frans and Commissioner Jim Schowalter of Minnesota Management and Budget wrote in a Tuesday letter to Republican legislative leaders.
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