House, Senate Aim For Swift Approval Of Vetoed FundsLawmakers were set to vote later Thursday on the House and Senate's nearly $130 million operating budget.
Minnesota Reports 116,000 Jump In UninsuredMinnesota says the number of people without health insurance in the state jumped by 116,000 in the past two years.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Dayton Eyes March 14 For State Of The State AddressMark Dayton sent a letter to House Speaker Kurt Daudt Thursday requesting a March 14 date for his speech.
Gov. Dayton Pays $6K For Super Bowl LII TicketMinnesota's governor has forked over $6,000 for a ticket to his own state's Super Bowl game.
Top Job For Minnesota's New IT Chief? Fix MNLARSJohanna Clyborne's first job will be to fix the state's new computer system for license plates and tabs after its disastrous rollout last year.
Dayton Calls On National Guard To Help With Super Bowl SecurityGovernor Mark Dayton has authorized the Minnesota National Guard to help with security during Super Bowl LII.
Minnesota Democrats Aim To Clear Smith's Path For 2018 BidMinnesota's next senator, Tina Smith, could face a clear path to next year's special election.
Dayton To Announce Franken Replacement WednesdayGovernor Mark Dayton will announce his choice to replace Al Franken in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
Dayton: Elections To Fill Legislative Seats After Resignations Will Be Feb. 12Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has set a special election date for two seats vacated by lawmakers who faced sexual harassment allegations.
Dayton: 'You Don't Humiliate Students' With School Lunch DebtGovernor Mark Dayton signed a bill three years ago that banned any demeaning actions taken toward students because of lunch debts.
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.