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MARYVILLE, MO (2008-12-03) Missourians could see services cut as the incoming administration tries to deal with the recession.
The state is facing a revenue shortfall of 340 million dollars.
Former state Senator Wayne Goode is the budget advisor for incoming Governor Jay Nixon.
He says just how much could be cut is still murkey.
Goode says Nixon will announce in the next few days his recommendations on how to control spending.
He says he does not anticipate the need to lay off any state workers.
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