West Central Minnesota legislators discuss governor's budget plan
WILLMAR — Although he didn’t praise it, Rep. Paul Anderson said Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposed budget could’ve been worse.
“There was anticipation of what the spending and things would be,” said Anderson, R-Starbuck, in a telephone interview Tuesday after Dayton’s proposed two-year $38 billion budget was revealed.
“I thought it might be even higher. It could’ve been worse in terms of spending,” Anderson said.