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Members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents expressed concerns about state funding for the 2013 fiscal year during Thursday’s meeting on Boulder’s east campus. 
While several regents questioned the projected $60.3 million higher education reductions from the Governor’s proposal, the cuts are less damaging than earlier projections estimating around $120 million. 
Discussions about the costs of building maintenance revealed a possible plan to leverage $1 million of annual funds toward a $15 to $20 million loan for catching up on maintenance. 
Further discussions are expected during meetings early next year. 

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