4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Fixes For MNLARS, Tax Filing On Deck For SessionMinnesota lawmakers return to the Capitol on Tuesday with plenty of work to do and no guarantee they'll finish it.
Minn. Gov., Legislative Leaders Promise Bipartisanship In 2018The Minnesota Legislative session starts next week, and the governor and legislative leaders pledged to work together.
Minn. GOP Leaders To Dayton: Call Special Session For Lt. Gov. SuccessionRepublican leaders of the Minnesota Legislature are proposing a brief special session to avert a legal fight over the next lieutenant governor.
Minnesota's $188M Budget Shortfall Leaves Many QuestionsGov. Mark Dayton says a projected budget shortfall will require some "modest corrections" to the Legislature's budget passed earlier this year.
MN Supreme Court Rules In Dayton's Favor Over Budget VetoThe ruling came down on Thursday amid a fierce legal battle between Dayton and the state's Republican legislature.
Dayton-GOP Legislative Battle Heading To MN Supreme CourtThe state's highest court set oral arguments for Aug. 28.
Dayton To Appeal After Judge Rejects Veto Of Lawmakers' FundsThe Ramsey County District Court ruled Wednesday that Gov. Mark Dayton violated the constitution when he vetoed the operating funds for the state legislature in a budget dispute.
Talking Points: The Battle Over Legislative FundingA ruling from a Ramsey County judge is expected soon in the bitter legal dispute between the Minnesota Legislature and Gov. Mark Dayton.
House Speaker Daudt Mulling Over Run For GovernorSpeaker of the House Kurt Daudt says he’s considering running for governor.
A Look At The Messy Politics At The CapitolLooking for an explanation for why, after finishing a budget, the Minnesota Legislature is still in shambles? One answer is on a single piece of paper signed in the waning moments of the legislative session.
Lawmakers Hire Law Firm To Challenge Dayton's VetoRepublican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says Dayton's action was clearly unconstitutional and needs to be fought in court.