MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Governor Mark Dayton will meet with House Speaker Kurt Daudt Tuesday to lay the groundwork for a special session.

The two are trying to work things out to avoid a partial government shutdown.

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The regular session ended earlier this month, with Dayton vetoing the budget lawmakers sent to him. Without a budget in place, a partial government shutdown begins July 1st.

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The big holdup was over education. Dayton wanted more money to pay for pre-school for 4-year-olds.

The governor and House Speaker have just a few weeks to reach agreements on five bills and get legislative leaders to sign off.

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Only after that happens, will Dayton call a special session.