Governor Bob Holden is looking for another $109-million to cut from the state budget for services and programs for Missourians. The state has come up almost $400-million short of the amount of money it needs to pay for those services and programs. Holden blames a slowing economy that has cut into state income. He’s already watched over $290-million in vetoes and whthholdings. Even after this round of cutting, the Governor says more cuts might be necessary.