Revenue Commissioner Ward Einess announced today that he’s leaving his post on 12/3 – one month before Governor Pawlenty’s term is scheduled to end. Einess will set up his own government affairs practice.
He’s the second top budget person in the Pawlenty Administration to announce his departure in the first week of December. Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Tom Hanson is leaving his post on 12/2 to become a lobbyist.
The next Revenue forecast is scheduled for 12/2.
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