State looks to schools for more money
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota schools may be asked, again, to help balance the state budget.
Pawlenty administration officials this morning said they may need to delay more school payments this spring when the state will not have enough money to pay its bills. And while they do not expect to borrow money from outside state government before the end of June, Management and Budget Commissioner Tom Hanson said his department wants a plan to borrow $550 million just in case.
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