Legislature, Dayton Begin Mediation On Budget With Jobs At StakeMinnesota's top elected officials begin court-ordered mediation this week in a budget dispute that is now threatening hundreds of jobs.
Minn. Supreme Court Hears Argument On Budget BattleDayton line-item vetoed their funding to force top Republicans to rework major tax breaks and other measures he signed into law earlier this year.
Despite Drama, Daudt Calls 2017 Legislative Session 'A Success'House Speaker Kurt Daudt said Sunday the 2017 legislative session was absolutely a success.
What Does $650 Million In Tax Cuts Mean For you?The cuts affect child care, school loan re-payment and small business owners, especially farmers.
Vegetative Buffers One Of Many Issues Stalling Budget TalksOne of the issues threatening to derail any budget deal is a fight over vegetative buffers.
Still Much To Settle As Legislative Session Enters HomestretchIt's a race against time at the Minnesota Legislature, where lawmakers have just two days to finalize a new budget.
Dayton, State Legislature Closer To Budget Deal As Deadline LoomsMinnesota's Republican legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton have resumed negotiations aimed at settling the state budget.
No Budget Deal In Sight As Legislative Deadline ApproachesMinnesota's Republican Legislature is sending the remainder of its budget bills to Gov. Mark Dayton's desk. Then the real work begins.
Republican Senator's Absence Delays Vote On Budget Bills Dayton Says He'll VetoMinnesota's Republican Legislature pressed ahead this week with its own budget bills despite Gov. Mark Dayton's veto threats. Now that plan is on hold too.
Minnesota Lawmakers Split On Federal Funding For SWLRT LineThe federal budget includes planning for the Southwest LRT line proposed for Minneapolis and the western suburbs.
Minn. Republicans Tout Budget Proposal, But Dayton, Democrats Not ConvincedRepublicans in the House and Senate say they've got a solid budget proposal in place.
Lawmakers Return To Work, With Eyes On The BudgetWith just five weeks left in the regular session, Republicans and Democrats will be busy trying to come to an agreement on several crucial pieces of legislation.