Minnesota's safety net may shred

The bad economy in Minnesota is putting increasing pressure on its safety net, reports the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. More than a million Minnesotans rely on the healthcare safety net for care, but the state is facing a $6.2 billion budget deficit. Given that one-third of the entire state's spending is on safety net programs, deep cuts are inevitable. Article

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