Gov. Dayton Lambastes House Version Of MNLARS Funding FixOn Tuesday, Governor Mark Dayton urged legislators to keep working on a solution to the MNLARS funding fix.
Gov. Dayton's Budget Cues Up Tax Fight With GOPGov. Mark Dayton wants to undo some GOP-backed tax breaks passed last year and give some money back to Minnesota families.
Dayton Debuts Measure Aimed At Making Minn. Schools SaferGov. Mark Dayton is ready to lay out his plan to fund safety and security improvements in schools across Minnesota.
Dayton Updates Plan To Lower Nitrate Levels In WaterGov. Mark Dayton has unveiled a revised measure to reduce elevated nitrate levels in water supplies and ensure more Minnesotans have safe drinking water.
Lawmakers Fume As MNLARS Asks For $10M InfusionThe state's newly appointed IT commissioner told state lawmakers Tuesday that if they don't get the money, critical workers could be laid off or leave immediately.
Gov. Dayton, Lawmakers Detail Plan To Combat Opioid EpidemicIt’s a new front in the war on addictive painkillers that the Governor of Minnesota is calling a crisis.
Gov Orders Flags At Half-Staff To Honor Colonel Leo ThorsnessMinnesotans are honoring and remembering a man who deeply loved his country. Governor Mark Dayton has ordered all state and federal flags in Minnesota at half-staff today in memory of Colonel Leo Thorsness.
Lawsuits Loom As Legislative Session Starts Next WeekMinnesota's legislative leaders are heading back to the Capitol and promise they've put months of contentious legal battles behind them.
Minnesota Listed As 2nd Strongest State In The UnionMinnesota is one of the strongest states in the country. But, of course, most Minnesotans know that already.
Gov. Dayton Issues Executive Order To Help Drivers Stranded Amid BlizzardGov. Mark Dayton signed an executive order Monday to provide assistance to stranded drivers amid blizzard conditions in southern Minnesota.
Gov. Dayton Eyes $1.5 Billion In Construction ProjectsGov. Mark Dayton has readied his wish list for public works projects across Minnesota.
Health Commissioner Stepping Down Following Reports On Senior AbuseThe head of the Minnesota Department of Health is stepping down in the wake of a bombshell report on the state's inadequate response to allegations of abuse and neglect in state-licensed senior homes.

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