Following budget cuts of 13 percent and 7 percent, the Nevada System of Higher Education has refused Gov. Jim Gibbons' request to state agencies that they submit a plan to cut budgets by 10 percent, The Las Vegas Sun reported. Dan Klaich, chancellor of the system, said no disrespect was intended but that additional cuts were "elusive" and that he didn't want to set off new speculation about who might lose jobs.
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