Effort by Wisconsin and Minnesota to save money together off to slow start
It's been four months since the governors of Wisconsin and Minnesota said they could each save $10 million by doing things together.
But the effort appears to be off to a much slower start than expected.
The Associated Press said Wisconsin has only saved $74,000 so far.
And while Minnesota's governor refused to give a similar figure, the A.P. said it could only quantify about $2,500 in savings there.