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Budget questions dog governor to Lake Placid

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Gov. David Paterson was in Lake Placid yesterday for two "good news" events. He celebrated the Mt. Van Hoevenberg bobrun's long history, and signed an anti-DWI bill named after Olympian Jack Shea, who died in a crash with an alleged drunk driver eight years ago.

But state funding is crucial to the Olympic Regional Development Authority and the facilities it operates. So when the handshakes were all over, there were questions to answer. Martha Foley has more.

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