Fight For Control Of Minnesota Legislature BeginsThe race for control of the legislature has begun, even though the 2016 session still has unfinished business.
Dayton Signs Modified Body Camera BillGov. Mark Dayton signed into law a bill regulating the use of body cameras by law enforcement Tuesday.
Dayton Says Terms Must Be Met Before Calling Special SessionGov. Mark Dayton will have about two weeks to decide if he's going to call a special session.
Land O' Lakes Partners With State On Improving Water QualityThe state of Minnesota and Land O'Lakes say they'll work together to improve water quality. Gov. Mark Dayton and Land O'Lakes officials will announce details Wednesday, but the basic outlines call for Land O'Lakes' more than 4,000 member farms to implement better practices on water quality.
Gov. Dayton Surprised By $32 Million Tobacco Tax BreakMinnesota's largest anti-smoking advocacy groups denounced a tobacco tax break Tuesday, which passed on the last day of the 2016 legislative session. Those groups are now pressuring Gov. Mark Dayton to veto the entire tax bill.
Both Parties Pointing Fingers As Legislature Ends In ChaosThe Minnesota Legislature ended Sunday night without passing the biggest bills of the year. And as the smoke clears Monday, the finger pointing has begun.
House Speaker Daudt Pushing For Special Session This WeekRepublican House Speaker Kurt Daudt is pressing for a special session this week to wrap up unfinished work.
Dayton: Lawmakers Inability To Pass Public Works Bill A 'Tragedy'Gov. Mark Dayton is calling it a tragedy that state lawmakers have adjourned without approving a package of public works and transportation projects.
Abrupt End To Messy 2016 Legislative SessionThe 2016 legislative session ended in a chaotic mess. A pile of work remains unfinished and last-minute attempts to pay for transportation projects and use the budget surplus went nowhere.
Dayton Signs Bill Switching Minnesota To Presidential PrimaryA bill to replace Minnesota's caucus system with a presidential primary was signed Sunday by Gov. Mark Dayton.
Lawmakers Have Plenty Left To Do In Final Hours Of 2016 SessionMinnesota lawmakers are returning to St. Paul with a full plate of work and less than two days to go. Legislative leaders agreed Friday to put $275 million toward a tax relief package.
Dayton Sets Conditions For Body Camera BillGov. Mark Dayton is setting some conditions for a set of body camera regulations to get his signature.

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