Minnesotans see impact from federal sequestration cuts
ST. PAUL – The federal government’s failure to agree on how to fix its debt problem could cost Minnesota more than $90 million this year.
Early numbers show schools and health programs could be among those most affected, a legislative committee learned Friday.
Still, many questions remain, such as when funds will be cut, what restrictions will be placed on state agencies and just how much money will be lost.
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