Governor Mark Dayton
House Republicans proposed a $280 million borrowing package for Minnesota construction projects Monday, placing an emphasis on refurbishing state college buildings, roads and bridges but falling far short of the amount Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton proposed spending.
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton says his top priority for the legislative session already past the half-way point is creating jobs. The Republicans who control the state House and Senate say jobs are their priority, too.
Minnesota lawmakers crafting a Vikings stadium bill are discussing whether and how to include a backup funding stream to a bar gambling plan behind an almost $400 million state contribution.
Gov. Mark Dayton has proclaimed this coming week, March 4-10, as Minnesota Agriculture Week.
The Minnesota House has sent a bill to Gov. Mark Dayton that would expand the situations where people can use deadly force. The House approved the bill in an 85-47 vote Wednesday.
This week Governor Mark Dayton set a new March 15 deadline for Congress to approve the Stillwater bridge replacement.
Gov. Mark Dayton says his administration and lawmakers “may be getting close to a site, a deal and a bill” for a new Minnesota Vikings football stadium.
Gov. Mark Dayton is using his State of the State address to push lawmakers to adopt his top proposals while reminding them that Minnesota voters will render a verdict on their performance in November.
Minnesota lawmakers are picking up right where they left off from last year. The 2012 session so far has been filled with bad feelings and harsh rhetoric. And already, state lawmakers are taking a break.
Dayton held a news conference Thursday afternoon to announce that he wants full proposals from Minneapolis and Arden Hills stadium officials by Jan. 12, which is one week from today.
Barely a month into his new job last winter, Gov. Mark Dayton got an unusual gift from a farmer visiting the Capitol: an acorn-sized stone with a cross-shaped marking that the farmer described as a good-luck charm.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton said Wednesday the Vikings may have to wait a long time before they get a vote on a new stadium.
The Minnesota Governor’s Residence is kicking off the holidays.
On Veterans Day, state leaders are highlighting the need to help unemployed vets.
Gov. Mark Datyon and legislative leaders said there is no support for a sales tax increase to fund the stadium unless voters have their say in a referendum.