State report Tuesday to tally price of Minn. shutdown
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Was Minnesota's 20-day government shutdown a money saver or budget drain?
The Department of Minnesota Management and Budget plans to answer that question Tuesday with a report detailing costs and savings during the July standoff.
The stoppage was prompted by a budget impasse between Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and the GOP legislative majorities.
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