by Jim Nintzel
My colleagues and I on KUAT-TV's Friday Roundtable had a few questions for state Treasurer Dean Martin, who announced this week that he was running for governor. He says the state does not need any tax increases, unless voters agree to pay more to maintain health-care coverage for people earning up to 100 percent of the federal poverty level. He also says the state should cut back and explains why he'll still take public money for his gubernatorial campaign.
Watch it after the jump.