House, Senate Aim For Swift Approval Of Vetoed FundsLawmakers were set to vote later Thursday on the House and Senate's nearly $130 million operating budget.
Relatives Of Elder Abuse Victims Give Powerful Testimony At Capitol HearingDozens of families demanded action at the State Capitol Wednesday after their loved ones were abused in Minnesota senior care facilities.
Lawmakers Return To St. Paul For 3-Month SessionLawmakers were returning Tuesday to the Minnesota Capitol to begin the legislative session, facing a lengthy agenda along with some doubt that they'd get to it all.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Lawsuits Loom As Legislative Session Starts Next WeekMinnesota's legislative leaders are heading back to the Capitol and promise they've put months of contentious legal battles behind them.
GOP Primaries Set For Legislative Special ElectionsRepublicans running in special elections for two legislative seats are heading for a primary.
As Smith Heads To DC, Questions Linger Over ReplacementRepublican Sen. Michelle Fischbach is poised to become lieutenant governor after Lt. Gov. Tina Smith is sworn into the U.S. Senate this week.
Dayton: Elections To Fill Legislative Seats After Resignations Will Be Feb. 12Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has set a special election date for two seats vacated by lawmakers who faced sexual harassment allegations.
Minnesota Rep. Tony Cornish Submits Resignation To Gov. DaytonRep. Tony Cornish submitted his resignation letter Monday evening to Gov. Mark Dayton.
Ruling Expected Thursday In Dayton-Legislature LawsuitMinnesota's Supreme Court may finally resolve the legal battle between Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and the Republican Legislature.
Gov. Dayton-GOP At An ‘Impasse’ On Budget Dispute, Mediator SaysGov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Legislature are at an impasse over a bitter budget battle that’s threatening hundreds of House and Senate jobs, according to the court-appointed mediator.
Legislature, Dayton Begin Mediation On Budget With Jobs At StakeMinnesota's top elected officials begin court-ordered mediation this week in a budget dispute that is now threatening hundreds of jobs.

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