Gov. Dayton Votes To Support Great Lakes DiversionMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he voted to approve a proposal by the Wisconsin city of Waukesha to divert Great Lakes water because the plan will provide environmental benefits and safe drinking water while having little negative impact on the lakes.
No Progress In Talks For Special SessionHopes of quickly calling Minnesota lawmakers back for a special session faded Wednesday, as legislative leaders emerged from the latest round of private negotiations reporting little progress toward a deal.
Special Session Talks Back On For State LeadersIt's time for a special session status check. Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders planned to meet Wednesday to discuss their hopes of calling an overtime session.
Dayton Orders Flags At Half-Staff, I-35W Bridge To Stay LitThe Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis is lit in rainbow colors to commemorate the victims of the deadly shooting at a popular gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
I-35W Bridge Lit With Rainbow Colors For Orlando Shooting VictimsThe I-35W bridge will be lit with rainbow colors to honor the victims of the nightclub attack in Orlando.
Gov. Dayton, MPD Chief React To Orlando Nightclub ShootingIn the wake of a shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left at least 50 people dead, prominent figures in Minnesota are offering their condolences to those affected.
Dayton Lets $260M Tax Relief Bill Die, Eyes Special SessionGov. Mark Dayton let a $260 million tax relief bill die overnight Tuesday. The bill included tax relief for farmers, college graduates and parents with child care costs. But it also had a wording error in it that could have cost the state more than $100 million
Spokesman: Dayton Will Not Sign Tax Relief BillGov. Mark Dayton has decided to allow a $260 million package of tax cuts and credits for Minnesota farmers, college students and parents with child care costs die without his signature, his spokesman said Monday.
Republicans Call On Governor Dayton To Sign Tax Relief BillMajor tax breaks for farmers, students and parents are at risk if legislative leaders don't call a special session soon to reach an agreement.
Gov. Dayton Declares June 7 'Prince Day' In MinnesotaGov. Mark Dayton is declaring Tuesday June 7, 2016 "Prince Day." It would've been the music icon's 58th birthday.
Talking Points: Daudt Calls Dayton’s Demands 'Not Reasonable'Through a spokesperson, Gov. Mark Dayton said again Sunday that he will veto a major tax cut bill this week unless Republicans agree to his conditions for a special season.
Dayton Says He'll Veto Tax Bill Containing Crucial TypoGov. Mark Dayton said Friday he will veto a recently-passed tax bill unless state lawmakers agree to his demands to call a special session on other issues. If the bill goes down, many popular items will go down with it.