Dayton Vetoes Bill To Stiffen Highway Protest PenaltiesRepublicans argued it was necessary to protect public safety. But Dayton vetoed the legislation Saturday night.
Compromise Talks Stall Out, Dayton Vetoes BillsWith the clock ticking down on the 2018 legislative session, the Minnesota Legislature looks like it is heading towards "crash and burn."
Gun Control Proponents Gather At Capitol As Season Nears EndMore than a hundred Minnesotans stood on the State Capitol steps Saturday demanding gun law reform.
Legislature Passes Tax Bill, But Governor Promises VetoHouse Speaker Kurt Daudt says he hopes a possible veto comes quickly to give the Legislature time to craft a new bill.
Lawmakers Running Out Of Time To Tackle Taxes, School FundingBy law, state lawmakers cannot meet past a certain date, which this year is May 21.
Time Is Running Short As Lawmakers' To-Do List Remains LongJust like they started the session, Minnesota's Legislature is entering the homestretch with a long to-do list. But now they have only a week to finish it.
Gov. Dayton Signs Legislative Budget Into LawThe governor's office announced the signing Monday night. The House and Senate approved a bill to restore the $130 million in funding last week.
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.