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Watch It Now: Ritter Accepts Responsibility Of Cutting $240M More


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STATE BILL COLORADO
Gov. Bill Ritter on Monday declared that the state’s economy is recovering but that revenues lag that recovery. Consequently, Colorado’s compelled to cut $240 million more from its state budget this year.
“We’ve already closed shortfalls of $1.8 billion,” the governor noted in a late-afternoon press conference in his office. “We’ll move quickly, thoughtfully and responsibly to once again tighten our belts.”
The entire 14-minute press conference is archived above.

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