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Governor’s Office proposes cuts – vaguely (access required)

What would the Governor’s Office do to reduce its budget by 15 percent? Just that – reduce it by 15 percent. Anyone seeking more details, however, is bound to be disappointed. Gov. Jan Brewer in September asked each state agency head to submit a report to her office detailing the effects of 15 percent cuts to ...

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