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|Wednesday, May 26, 2010|
The governor announced yesterday a $562 million shortfall, and ordered state agencies to cut their budgets by 9 percent.
Employee unions have already announced opposition to his calls for more sacrifices, and the governor's call for agencies to meet with unions to grant concessions may not have the result he'd hoped for.
Read more at the Statesman Journal.
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