Local governments should 'cry foul' over state budget cuts
WILLMAR -- Counties and cities in Minnesota should "cry foul" over Gov. Tim Pawlenty's proposed budget cuts that were unveiled this week.
Kandiyohi County Chairman Richard Falk said Tuesday the governor is passing most of the state's budget problems onto cities and counties.
"We need to cry foul so the public understands what in the world the governor is proposing," said Falk.
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