budget solutions 2011

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Just because New York lawmakers passed a state budget doesn't mean the debate ends.  The Innovation Trail is continuing its series of commentaries about how to get the state's fiscal house in order.  The opinions contained in this commentary are those of Syracuse University political science professor Grant Reeher.

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Just because New York lawmakers passed a state budget doesn't mean the debate ends.  The Innovation Trail is continuing its series of commentaries about how to get the state's fiscal house in order.  The opinions contained in this commentary are those of Cayuga Community College's Daniel Larson.  His piece is part of the Innovation Trail's "Budget Solutions" series of guest blog posts.

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Just because there's an agreement for New York's 2011 budget doesn't mean the debate ends.  The Innovation Trail is continuing its series of commentaries about how to fix the budget.  The opinions contained in this commentary are those of Cornell University's Ken Margolies.  His piece is part of the Innovation Trail's "Budget Solutions" series of guest blog posts.

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Just because there's an agreement for New York's 2011 budget doesn't mean the debate ends.  The Innovation Trail is continuing its series of commentaries about how to fix the budget.  The opinions contained in this commentary are those of Tompkins County Legislature chair Martha Robertson.  Her piece is part of the Innovation Trail's "Budget Solutions" series of guest blog posts.  

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Just because there's an agreement for New York's 2011 budget doesn't mean the debate ends.  The Innovation Trail is continuing its series of commentaries about how to fix the budget.  The opinions contained in this commentary are those of political consultant Michael Caputo.  His piece is part of the Innovation Trail's "Budget Solutions" series of guest blog posts.  

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