The state can provide more money for education by cutting the size of government and making other changes to address a budget deficit that’s “nearing the strangulation point,” Democratic governor candidate Scott Heidepriem said Wednesday.
He repeated what has become a campaign theme: state government has grown at the same time the percentage of the state budget devoted to K-12 education has decreased during the eight years of Republican Gov. Mike Rounds and Lt. Gov. Dennis Daugaard.
, September 16, 2010
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