SAN FRANCISCO -Nevada's weakening economy will trim another $333 million from the state's biennial budget, Gov. Jim Gibbons announced this week.

The Republican governor had already announced $560 million in spending cuts in December, but said Monday that more cuts will be needed because of even lower-than-expected revenue, combined with an unanticipated Medicaid caseload and higher-than-expected expenses for public school support.

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