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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Senate committee approves zero-based budgeting

The Minnesota Senate’s Government Finance committee approved a plan to change how the state would set its budget every two years.

Tim Pugmire of Minnesota Public Radio:

Legislation approved Tuesday by the Senate Committee On State Government Finance and Policy and Elections would build the budget from scratch every two years rather than the current approach of adjusting up or down from existing base spending levels.

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