DALLAS — Louisiana state agencies have proposed $248 million of budget cuts for the remainder of fiscal 2010 as called for by Gov. Bobby Jindal as revenues continue to drop.

The list of cuts released Tuesday by Jindal’s office include reductions of $108 million by the Department of Health and Hospitals, $84 million of higher education spending, $14 million by the Department of Social Services, and $7.7 million by the executive department.

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