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Management and Budget Co-mmissioner Tom Hanson is pi-ctured Tuesday in St. Paul at a news conference, during wh-ich officials said the economy is showing signs of life. AP Photo/Jim Mone

Economists say Minn.'s economy is starting to get on track

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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's economy is at more of a crawl than a run but it's in at least slightly better shape than it was three months ago.

The day state officials announced that state government's budget gap had decreased from $1.2 billion to $994 million they also indicated that the long-slumping economy likely has hit bottom and is now in the midst of a slow but sustainable recovery.

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