Budgets aim to avoid further tuition hikes
ST. PAUL -- Democratic lawmakers say they are shielding Minnesota college students from further tuition increases by calling for higher education budget cuts at a fraction of what Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposes.
College and university spending cuts are part of larger budget plans proposed to fix a projected $935 million state budget shortfall for the two-year budget period.
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