Gov. Mark Dayton

Gov. Dayton Ends Push For Special Legislative SessionGov. Mark Dayton abruptly dropped his months-long push for a special session Tuesday, conceding that time had basically run out to extend unemployment benefits for out-of-work miners on the Iron Range.
2 Days After Fainting Incident, Gov. Mark Dayton Returns To WorkLess than 24 hours after he was released from Regions Hospital, Gov. Mark Dayton fielded questions about his health.
4 Things To Know: Cosby In Court, Gov. Dayton's Recovery & MoreFrom Bill Cosby making an appearance in court to Gov. Mark Dayton's recovery after fainting, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Dayton Released From Hospital After Fainting, Office SaysGovernor Mark Dayton is back home at the Governor's mansion Monday night after being hospitalized overnight at Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Gov. Dayton, who has a history of health problems, fainted at a political event in Woodbury Sunday night.
Gov. Dayton Sends Letter To Legislative Leaders On Special SessionMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton continues to stress the importance of a special legislative session in a letter sent to legislative leaders Monday.
Michael Vekich Named Interim Executive Director Of The Minn. LotteryGov. Mark Dayton has tapped an experienced hand to lead the Minnesota Lottery as he searches for a full-time replacement.
4 Things To Know: Gov. Dayton Hospitalized, Cuba Goes Online & MoreFrom Gov. Mark Dayton fainting at a Woodbury event to Cuba going online, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.
Gov. Dayton Hospitalized After Fainting At Woodbury EventGov. Mark Dayton was taken to a hospital Sunday night after fainting at an event in Woodbury, according to a statement released by his office. Jaime Tincher, Dayton's chief of staff, said in a statement that he was at an event in Woodbury that was very crowded and hot.
Gov. Dayton Scales Back Buffer Law After GOP ObjectionsGov. Mark Dayton is telling environmental officials to back off private ditches as they start enforcing a new law to boost water quality. Passing stronger requirements for so-called buffers between crops and waterways was a major flashpoint at the Capitol last year.
Audit: Minnesota Overspent On MNsure In 2015 By At Least $115 MillionA new state audit reports Minnesota overspent at least $115 million last year for people on MNsure who got who got the wrong health insurance benefits.
Poll: Opinions Vary On How To Spend $1.2B MN SurplusA new poll shows Minnesotans are divided on how to spend a $1.2 billion state surplus. About 30 percent of respondents want the money refunded to taxpayers. Roughly the same number of people say the state should save the surplus and another 31 percent say spent it.
Dayton Appoints 1st Openly-Gay Justice To MN Supreme CourtGov. Mark Dayton made a historic appointment to the Minnesota Supreme Court Friday. Appeals Court Judge Margaret Chutich was named to the high court.

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