Lawmakers start examination of Dayton plan
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republicans on Minnesota's influential House Ways and Means Committee say some of what appeared to be cuts in Gov. Mark Dayton's budget blueprint are actually reallocated spending.
The committee that's charged with piecing together the legislative budget met Monday for its first detailed look at Dayton's $38 billion, two-year tax and spending proposal.
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