S&P downgrades Minnesota bond rating

I guess Minnesota needs to do more work to get their fiscal house in order.  S&P downgrade Minnesota from AAA rating to AA+ rating.  It will be interesting to see what the State does to balance the budget, cut spending or increase taxes.  This is a real problem now as our  Median Income in Minnesota took about a 2% drop to $55,459 according the US Census.

S&P, which now rates Minnesota at AA+, said the shift was in reaction to the state’s continued reliance on one-off fixes to balance its budget, The Wall Street Journalreported. The move could make it more expensive for the state to borrow money for bonding measures and other projects.

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