Smaller state agencies get a bigger piece of the budget, but more to do

Large state agencies and the big problems they address, including education, health care, and mental illness, naturally get most of the attention – and the money – at budget time. Smaller agencies, too, provide services that are equally important to our state’s people and future. They investigate crimes and operate courts; they care for the environment; they collect taxes and administer…

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