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Wednesday, January 18, 2006 

Partial Success

State can collect tobacco feetax money, but not spend it.

Pawlenty's office should be reimbursing the state for the money they spend on fighting this in court. It would not be an issue if the governor was the least bit honest. It's okay, though; he didn't raise your taxes.

So if the state can collect the money but not actually spend it - sounds to me like we'd have a permanent surplus!

(If anyone from TPaw's office is reading, you can go ahead and use that one.)

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