Updated 10:40 a.m.: Minn. high court rules against Pawlenty unallottment budget cuts
ST. PAUL - The Minnesota Supreme Court says Gov. Tim Pawlenty was wrong when he made unilateral budget cuts last summer.
The ruling, released this morning, only covered a $5.3 million program that provided special diets to Minnesotans who could not afford the food ordered by doctors.
The court decision was not unanimous, with three justices dissenting.
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