Minnesota Republican Lawmakers Unveil Tax Relief PlanRepublicans at the State Capitol today unveiled a far-reaching tax cut plan they say is aimed at middle class Minnesotans.
Budget Fight Stirs While Legislature Begins Assembling BillsMinnesota lawmakers' budget-setting spree is in full swing. Cuts to state agencies and big tax breaks began to materialize this week as House and Senate Republicans started releasing detailed budget plans with a $1.65 billion surplus in hand.
Gov. Dayton Vetoes Bill That Would Decrease Utility Regulatory OversightGov. Mark Dayton has vetoed legislation that would have decreased the oversight of a state electric utility regulator.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith: I Won't Run For GovernorMinnesota's lieutenant governor says she will not be seeking the state's highest office.
Dayton's Budget Proposal Focuses On Preschool, SavingsMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton wants to put much of a growing budget surplus toward expanding a new preschool program.
4 Things To Know: Alexa On iPhone, Dayton's Budget Proposal & MoreFrom President Donald Trump's first meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to extra DWI patrols out for St. Patrick's Day, here is a look at the top four stories from March 17, 2017.
Dayton: Minn. On Track To Meet New Environmental Buffer RequirementsGov. Mark Dayton celebrated the progress of his marquee environmental initiative Thursday and said he won't bow to legislative pressure to postpone its November deadline.
Environmentalists Upset By Bills Advanced By Minn. GOP LawmakersEnvironmentalists say Republicans who control the Minnesota Legislature and their allies are pressing a slate of bills that add up to bad news for the environment.
Dayton Calls GOP Health Plan Costly To State, Hits VulnerableGov. Mark Dayton said Tuesday that congressional Republicans' plan to replace the Affordable Care Act would reduce health insurance access and increase costs in Minnesota.
Dayton Makes 1st Public Appearance Since SurgeryThe governor was supposed to appear earlier this week, but that was pushed back.
Dayton Signs $1.4M Aid Bill For Madelia Fire RecoveryFinancial help is on the way to a southwestern Minnesota town hit by a devastating fire last year.
Dayton Signs Sunday Liquor Sales Bill; Goes Into Effect In JulyGov. Mark Dayton signed a bill on Tuesday repealing the decades-old ban. Minnesota liquor stores can open their doors on Sundays between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. beginning in July.

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