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Battle of the Budget Continues in Raleigh PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Thursday, 27 May 2010 05:25

The seesaw over the state budget funds for universities and schools continued yesterday with some new twists and turns.

Yesterday, a N.C. House of Representatives subcommittee proposed a 3.3 percent cut, or $360.5 million, that as compared to the N.C. Senate's proposed budget, with a $158.6 million cut.  Gov. Beverly Perdue's recommended budget has a total education cut of $239.8 million. Sandie Gravett, an ASU professor who was part of the ASU entourage in Raleigh this week, issued an update to ASU officials in an email warning of $139 million potential cut on top of $50.6 million cut already adopted last year.


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