Pawlenty could cut LGA by 25%, leaving the amount cities receive at levels of more than a decade past
ST. PAUL -- Bill Clinton was president. Arne Carlson was governor. Gasoline was $1.15 a gallon. Six more years of new television episodes were in "Friends" future. Google was two people in a garage.
And Minnesota cities received $368 million in local government aid.
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