Ahead Of Election, Dayton Content To Be On The SidelinesAs Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton nears the end of eight years in office to cap a four-decade political career, he's content to take a back seat in the race to replace him. At least for now.
Dayton's Budget Expected To Address Federal Tax BillGov. Mark Dayton is set to release his plan to square Minnesota's tax code with federal tax breaks.
Dayton Urges Lawmakers To Stay The Course In Final State Of The StateGov. Mark Dayton delivered his final State of the State address Wednesday night.
Full Transcript: Gov. Dayton's Final State Of The State AddressGov. Mark Dayton gave his final State of the State address to a joint session of the Minnesota legislature Wednesday night. Here's what he said.
Dayton Readies Final State Of The State SpeechGov. Mark Dayton is preparing to deliver his last State of the State address.
GOP Lawmakers Seek To Dismantle Minnesota's IT AgencyRepublicans who control the Legislature are charting major changes to how the state handles information technology.
Report: State's Neglect Of Elder Abuse Cases 'Deep And Pervasive'A scathing report was released Tuesday about a state agency charged with investigating elder abuse in Minnesota.
Dayton Updates Plan To Lower Nitrate Levels In WaterGov. Mark Dayton has unveiled a revised measure to reduce elevated nitrate levels in water supplies and ensure more Minnesotans have safe drinking water.
Dayton Open To 'Any And All' Gun Safety SolutionsThe Florida school shooting that shocked the nation is sparking tough debate about access to guns, and school safety.
Gov. Dayton Signs Legislative Budget Into LawThe governor's office announced the signing Monday night. The House and Senate approved a bill to restore the $130 million in funding last week.
Dayton Attends White House Meeting With GovernorsSchool safety was also the focus of a Governor's meeting at the White House. Gov. Mark Dayton was there.
Tim Pawlenty Visits Capitol As Legislative Session Starts Up Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is making a stop at the Capitol as he considers running for his old job.