There are a number of reliable resources offering information and adding news about the state government shutdown, as it becomes available. If you are interested in more details, consider checking:
- 2011 State Government Contingency Planning provides information about the state government shutdown as organized by Minnesota Management and Budget. It's part of the agency's BeReadyMN website.
- The Minnesota Legislative Reference Library is maintaining a list of Resources on Minnesota Issues State Government Shutdown.
- The League of Minnesota Cities website offers a host of general information for cities from local government innovation to risk management. The LMC has gathered many resources to help cities through the shutdown. Likewise, the Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) offers a list of shutdown resources.
- Minnesota Public Radio provides coverage of the budget negotiations and shutdown information on its news page, as well as offering a shutdown blog.
- Representing a wide range of interests, many of which are negatively affected by the government shutdown, the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits shares shutdown information with the nonprofit community.
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