State officials are staring down at a $25 million hole in the ground today. That's how much less economists say the state can expect in revenues in the coming months.
Given the recent sparring between the Legislature and the governor on solving earlier gaps that included an override of his unprecedented veto of the state budget, we are headed for another interesting round.
Predictions? Does this mean more layoffs of state workers? The wholesale cutting of some service or another? More taxes?
What's your preference?
- Terri Hallenbeck
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