Boomers' retirements a 'slow train wreck' for Minn. economy
ST. PAUL -- Baby boomers are beginning to retire, and their need for more health care is a main reason Minnesota's future budgets look bleak.
"We are facing a significant long-term budget problem," State Economist Tom Stinson told a House-Senate committee Monday.
Stinson called the situation "not sustainable."
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