As a budget deficit forces state lawmakers to become more creative with proposals, Kubly looks at YM example
GRANITE FALLS -- Facing the prospect of a massive budget deficit, state legislators have already been advised not to bring new spending proposals to St. Paul this January.
"We've actually been asked not to bring legislation that will cost a nickel," Sen. Gary Kubly, DFL-Granite Falls, told the Yellow Medicine County Board of Commissioners at its meeting Tuesday.
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