BRADENTON, Fla. — Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen Monday night recommended a $28.41 billion budget for fiscal 2011, a reduction of 5% from the current year.

Bredesen, a Democrat who is in his last year in office, proposed a budget that requires cuts due to declining state revenue, eliminates jobs, raises fees, taps reserves, and uses federal stimulus funds.

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