The 20-day partial shutdown of Minnesota state government that occurred in July as a result of a budget stalemate had little impact on state finances, according to a report released last week.

Minnesota saw $60 million in lost revenue and shutdown costs, but saved $65 million on employee salaries, according to the report from the Minnesota Management and Budget office.

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