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December 12, 2011 at 12:21 PM

State House Dems propose $480M in budget cuts

A proposal to reduce the state’s $2 budget shortfall by $480 million has been released by Democrats in the state House, according to a Politics Northwest post by staff reporter Andrew Garber in Olympia.

Money could be saved, they propose, by such things as moving funds from one account to another, delaying payments, and counting on more money from Uncle Sam.

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