Tomorrow will be another big day at the Capitol for Vikings fans — as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signs the stadium bill into law.
Among the more controversial statements on the stadium all week was one made by House Speaker Kurt Zellers on KFAN radio where he said he hoped the stadium bill passed but he planned to vote against it.
Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a bill that would have let schools lay off teachers based on their performance rather than simply on seniority.
Earlier this week, the Vikings were “on the clock” in the draft. And now the Vikings Stadium is “on the clock” at the Capitol.
Some Republican lawmakers at Minnesota’s Capitol have found tax increases they could support. They’re proposing new taxes on the Minnesota Vikings and their fans to pay for the $1 billion stadium proposal moving at the Capitol.
Cheers! A bill to allow beer sales at the University of Minnesota’s football stadium is headed for Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk.
Minnesota’s primary election is likely to stay in August for the foreseeable future.
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill that will make it a felony to intentionally abuse or neglect vulnerable adults.
The Minnesota Vikings stadium plan is still in play.
The Minnesota House has passed a bill to tap into state budget reserves in order to start repaying about $2.4 billion owed to Minnesota school districts.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill that aims to speed up the environmental permit applications process for businesses and local governments.
Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a bill that would have required state agencies to plan for the possibility that the federal government would not be able to meet its financial obligations.
Minnesota Senate Republicans are proposing $496 million in building and infrastructure projects around the state.
After missing a key deadline on Friday, the Vikings Stadium bill is in serious trouble at the legislature.
Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday passed a closely watched bill that would make crucial changes to how home-brew enthusiasts around the state share their suds.