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Wash. Governor Releases Plan to Fill $2 Billion Budget Gap

Thursday, 27 Oct 2011 02:01 PM

 

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Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire released a plan to bridge the state’s $2 billion budget gap, including cuts to universities and to medical benefits for the disabled.

“I have to confront the reality,” Gregoire, a Democrat, said today at a news conference in Olympia. “The people of our state are not spending. Businesses are not hiring. We need to cut $2 billion more.”


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