Public Works, Transportation Bills Remain In Session's Final HoursMinnesota lawmakers scrambled Sunday to finalize their plans for a $900 million budget surplus.
Bakk Says It's Unlikely For Transportation Bill To PassLawmakers have until midnight to figure out what to do with the state budget surplus, road and bridge funding and a massive public works bill.
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.
Minnesota United Hits Capitol To Push Stadium BillMinnesota United soccer players held a team warm-up outside the State Capitol on Monday, urging lawmakers to support their push for a new stadium.
Lawmakers Voting On De-Funding Planned ParenthoodThe Minnesota House is expected to vote Thursday night on a bill to de-fund Planned Parenthood.
House Republicans Want Teacher Diversity In Budget PlanLawmakers in the Republican-controlled House want to recruit a new, more diverse pool of teachers and fund early childhood learning and literacy programs.
Dayton: Bill Would Give Millions To State Mental HospitalsGovernor Mark Dayton said Wednesday decades of neglect have made the state's psychiatric hospitals unsafe for workers and patients.
Groups Meet At Capitol To Address IslamophobiaThe Council on America-Islamic Relations says it's been monitoring Islamophobia-related incidents across Minnesota.
Lawmakers Approve Ignition Interlock Devices For Repeat Drunk DriversA Minnesota House committee on Thursday approved a bill making ignition interlock devices mandatory for repeat drunk drivers.
With Dayton's Signature, Lawmakers Start ID Upgrade TalksGov. Mark Dayton has signed into law a bill that sets in motion some upgrades to Minnesota driver's licenses.
State Capitol Steps Undergo Emergency RepairThe Minnesota State Capitol restoration project continued this week, even though the Legislature returned on Tuesday for the 2016 session.
Native American Paintings Could Be Removed From Key Capitol SpotState officials may remove several paintings that some say depict Native Americans unfairly from a prominent spot in the Capitol. That's the recommendation from a panel of lawmakers and experts examining the Capitol's massive artwork collection.

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