Posted at 12:00 PM on May 6, 2010
by Julia Schrenkler
MPRNewsQ's politics collection has timely unallotment coverage, but I'd like to point you to some commenting opportunities.
On News Cut Bob Collins shares the following entries, each available for your comment:
The unallotment decision - Collins breaks down the quotes and timeline of the announcement.
Unallotment via Twitter - Twitter is a publishing platform. If you want to go on the record, that's one way to do it. Granted, if you don't publish anything about it, that's on the record too.
Unallotment: The dissent - Budget responsibilities rest with both branches in Minnesota. Dissent was certain to come.
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