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State Budgets / Governors Roundtable #732024

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 30, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) A live roundtable discussion held with four governors about state-level budget problems presented. [From Sacramento, California Governor Gray DAVIS†- outlines what the budget deadline means for state services; states we did not overspend.] [From Hartford, Connecticut Governor John ROWLAND†- says state services will be continued for seven days via executive order, but negotiations continue to deal with the budget deficit; states we have to deal with the economic cards we have been dealt; notes the link to the national economy.] [From Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Governor Ed RENDELL†- talks about the state budget deficit, the need to invest in education & cut property taxes & raise the state income tax; states the challenge is we are competing economically against the rest of the world.] [From Madison, Wisconsin Governor Jim DOYLE†- outlines his veto power; hopes he can craft an acceptable budget.]

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