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.
Here Are The New Laws Taking Effect Tuesday In MinnesotaA number of new laws take effect in Minnesota Tuesday.
Despite Drama, Daudt Calls 2017 Legislative Session 'A Success'House Speaker Kurt Daudt said Sunday the 2017 legislative session was absolutely a success.
Judge Approves 90-Day Funding For LegislatureA Minnesota judge is considering whether Gov. Mark Dayton's veto of the Legislature's funding was unconstitutional.
Minnesota Legislature Files Suit Against Gov. DaytonThe governor's shutdown threat could mean the largest mass layoff in Minnesota since 2015.
Legislature's Legal Dispute Over Tobacco Tax CutsDayton signed a $650 million tax bill last month that would cut taxes on premium cigars and freeze the state's cigarette taxes in place after a 2013 hike.
Dayton Urges Special Session To Resolve Spending BillsGovernor Mark Dayton says it was his idea to veto all of the funding for the Minnesota Legislature.
Gov. Dayton Says He's 'Genuinely Undecided' On All Budget BillsBoth the House and the Senate adjourned Friday morning at about 3 a.m. after lawmakers sent five budget bills to Gov. Mark Dayton.
Lawmakers Unlikely To Beat Special Session DeadlineIt's looking like Minnesota lawmakers will not finish their special session by Wednesday at 7 a.m., as planned.
What Does $650 Million In Tax Cuts Mean For you?The cuts affect child care, school loan re-payment and small business owners, especially farmers.
Vegetative Buffers One Of Many Issues Stalling Budget TalksOne of the issues threatening to derail any budget deal is a fight over vegetative buffers.