Bakk: Repairing state budget is top priority
Tom Klein
REGIONAL – Newly-elected Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk spent the past week fielding a flood of phone calls. “I turned off my cell phone at a meeting,” he said, “and when I switched it … More »
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hard rock miner

Mr. Bakk, we have a spending problem. You folks collect enough money to run the states business but the special interests (non-profits especially) will always be clamoring for more. While many do good organizations do wonderful work, many are redundant and inefficient. Get out the sharp pencils and REMOVE all of the fat. Until all waste is removed permanently, please do not ask any taxpayer for more! A little more money should be spent on uncovering and prosecuting fraud however-in both the private and public sectors.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012 | Report this