Limiting Government: What Washington Can Learn from Minnesota
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Featuring Tim Pawlenty, Former Governor of Minnesota; with an introduction by Ed Crane, President, Cato Institute.
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In the face of a looming fiscal catastrophe, our federal government must make significant and immediate spending cuts. Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty will talk about his work to limit the size of Minnesota's government — efforts that earned him an "A" on Cato's "Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors: 2010." He will also provide specific ideas on how Congress should cut spending and reduce the size of the federal government.
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