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Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, right, and Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle on Tuesday announced a plan for their states to share services, pool together on large purchases and enter into other agreements meant to save money.

Governors: Together, states can save money

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ST. PAUL - Minnesota and Wisconsin each could save about $10 million by sharing services and pooling resources, the states' governors said.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle announced this morning that their states will work together to save money, improve services and eliminate redundancies in some 80 areas.

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