House Republican Committee Votes To Abolish MNsureRepublicans on a State House Committee on Wednesday voted to abolish Minnesota's health care exchange.
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.
New GOP Road Funding Plan Restarts Years-Old DebateSenate Republicans say they have a plan to fund billions of dollars in road and bridge repairs without raising the gas tax.
Lawmakers Working On Tax Breaks For Super Bowl LIIState lawmakers are advancing tax breaks for Super Bowl-related events ahead of next year's big game in Minnesota.
House Approves $400M Reinsurance ProgramMinnesota lawmakers are moving to plow nearly $400 million every two years into a new state program meant to reduce health insurance premiums next year.
Minnesota GOP, Dayton Continue Battle Over Real ID BillMinnesota Republican lawmakers and Gov. Mark Dayton continue to spar over the Real ID bill.
Dozens Of Law Changes Underway At Minnesota LegislatureThe rush is on at the Minnesota Legislature to get policy changes big and small in place.
Minn. Lawmakers Mull Ending Snow Days, Replacing With 'E-Learning Days'Minnesota lawmakers are considering legislation that could spell the end for snow days.
With $1.65B Surplus, Minnesota Lawmakers Have A Lot To Talk AboutMinnesota's Republican-controlled Legislature and Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton will have more money to haggle over in the new budget, after state budget officials announced Tuesday that the projected budget surplus has grown to $1.65 billion.
Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Passes SenateA Prohibition-era ban on Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota may soon be coming to an end.
4 Things To Know: Trump's New Travel Ban, Teen Suicide, Powerball & MoreFrom the possibility of President Trump issuing a new immigrant travel ban to the Powerball jackpot prize, here is a look at the top four stories from Feb. 21, 2017.
Little Change Coming To 'U' Board Of Regents Despite Recent ScandalsThe Legislature doesn't appear likely to make major changes to the University of Minnesota's governing board, despite recent scandals involving the school's sports programs and claims of administrative overspending.

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