UPDATE: Westrom criticizes Dayton budget plan
By Don Davis
State Capitol Bureau
ST. PAUL -- Minnesotans' first look at a complete budget proposal in a $6.2 billion deficit era shows a picture of higher taxes on the rich and health-care providers, more money for education and some health-care programs and cuts for nursing homes.
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