Finally, state takes action to cut spending

February 2008
Inside Tucson Business;2/25/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p1
The article reports on the movement with regards to the state's impending budget shortfall. Governor Janet Napolitano had been arguing against an emergency bill, but the Senate and House Appropriations committees approved a Republican-led package of six bills to cut spending and shift money from several specialized funds into the general fund. The legislative proposals now go to the full Senate and House for consideration.


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