Dayton Regrets Politicization Of 'No Longer Affordable' RemarkDayton said he wants to see the $313 million earmarked for the state's "rainy day fund" to be used to help Minnesotans with their rate hikes.
Gov. Dayton Declares Thursday 'Prince Tribute Day'Gov. Mark Dayton and Lt. Gov. Tina Smith are honoring the music legend Prince by declaring Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 as "Prince Tribute Day."
Dayton Relaunches 2 Programs To Increase Disability Worker HiringMinnesota state officials are redoubling their efforts to hire more workers with disabilities. Gov. Mark Dayton announced Thursday he's re-launching two hiring programs toward that end.
Dayton Launches Council To Study Police-Community RelationsGov. Mark Dayton is creating a council to study how to improve community relations with police after two shootings of black men.
Tentative Agreement Reached Between Nurses, AllinaAfter 17 hours of negotiation, representatives for the striking nurses and Allina Health have reached a tentative agreement.
Gov. Dayton Hopes To Broker Deal Between Allina, NursesState leaders are stepping in to help Allina Health and the nurses’ union come to a contract agreement. Monday marks day 36 of the nurses’ strike.
4 Things To Know: Hurricane Matthew, Chelsea Clinton & MoreFrom Chelsea Clinton's visit to Minnesota to Paisley Park opening for limited tours, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 6, 2016.
Dayton Authorizes $3.3M In Disaster Aid For Areas Hit By July FloodingMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is authorizing millions in state aid to areas devastated by flooding this summer.
After Heavy Rains, Dayton Issues Emergency OrderGov. Mark Dayton is declaring an executive order to help combat flooding damage from heavy rains across Minnesota.
Gov. Dayton Declares Oct. 22 'Jacob Wetterling Day'Gov. Mark Dayton has declared Oct. 22, 2016, "Jacob Wetterling Day" in Minnesota.
Dayton To Daudt: No Time For Special SessionGov. Mark Dayton says time has run out for a special legislative session.
GOP Demand Dayton Rescind Severance Payments To Top OfficialsMinnesota Republican leaders Tuesday demanded that Gov. Mark Dayton rescind large severance payments to three top administration officials who voluntarily resigned.

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