Land Veto


Governor Doyle has announced he will veto republican budget cuts to the state stewardship program. Republican budget writers had cut 245-million dollars in bonding authority for state purchase of conservation and recreational land. They also directed the state to sell off 40-million dollars in state-owned conservation land over the next two years. The Governor says he is pleased to make this veto. Frederica Freyberg reports.

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