Dayton Announces $350M In Federal Funds For Water QualityMinnesota has secured $350 million in federal funds for a voluntary program to pay farmers to protect and improve water quality in southern and western Minnesota, Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday, but the state will have to come up with about $95 million more to get the full amount from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Talking Points: Running Out Of Time On MNsureThe federal government rejected Friday Gov. Mark Dayton's request for the MNsure enrollment deadline to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
Dayton Signs Tax Relief Bill; Lawmakers Still Split On MNsure ReliefGov. Mark Dayton signed legislation Friday morning cutting millions of dollars in taxes for hundreds of thousands of taxpayers across the state.
Federal Officials Deny MNsure Enrollment Date ExtensionFederal officials denied Gov. Mark Dayton's request for the MNsure enrollment period to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
House GOP Seek To Repeal Water Quality BillHouse Republicans are targeting the state's new law meant to boost water quality, putting Gov. Mark Dayton on defense over one of his marquee initiatives.
Minnesota Senate Approves Health Insurance Relief PackageMinnesota's Senate has passed a bill providing relief for massive health insurance premium hikes.
GOP Wants Relief Package, Income Cap For MNsureRepublicans who control the Minnesota Legislature have their own plans to address health insurance costs. GOP lawmakers vowed to quickly move a relief package for the residents paying premium increases of up to 67 percent this year on the individual market.
Dayton Seeks Tax Cuts For Low-Income Families, Child CareDayton unveiled his proposal Thursday for a $300 million tax bill in 2017 just days after the Legislative session began.
Gridlock As Lawmakers Consider Emergency Health Care BillRepublicans, who now control the legislature, say any rescue package must also include reform.
Dayton Seeks $1.5B In Public Construction ProjectsThe Democratic governor unveiled his $1.5 billion wish list Wednesday of infrastructure upgrades.
As 2017 Session Starts In Freshly-Renovated Capitol, Governor Predicts GridlockTwo-hundred recently-elected lawmakers took their seats in the newly restored State Capitol Tuesday, which has been closed to the public for about three years.
Trump Tweet Repeats Dayton's 'No Longer Affordable' CommentDayton later said he regretted that the statement was being used against Democratic candidates.

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