Thursday, January 20, 2011

Gazelka Says Cuts and Reorganization Will Solve State Woes

State Senator Paul Gazelka of Brainerd says his Republican majority looks to eliminate the $6.2 billion revenue shortfall for the next biennium through cuts and government reorganization.

Gazelka tells KLKS News, there will be pain to all sectors, and suggests freezing all salaries in education for two years.

Gazelka says the republicans have already cut their daily expense allowance, and reduced the number of committees, which increased their work load, but cut costs by $125 thousand.

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