Pioneer Editorial: Taxes, cuts both part of budget plan
Legislators fanned all across the state last week to hear from citizens what they would suggest to resolve what will be expected as a $7 billion state deficit.
In Bemidji, where more than 250 people sat or stood in the American Indian Resource Center, there was plenty of talk about saving programs and institutions and very little talk about how to pay for them.
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