Another Formerly Undecided Lawmaker Backs Gay MarriageA DFL state representative, who's also a Lutheran pastor, says he'll vote to legalize gay marriage.
Minimum Wage Hike Heads To Minn. House Floor Minnesota is moving towards its first minimum wage hike since 2005. The House Ways and Means Committee planned Monday to advance a bill that would bump the state's floor wage in three steps until it hits $9.50 per hour in 2015.
Minn. GOP Questions 'Cuts' In Dayton Budget Gov. Mark Dayton's administration said Monday that what was initially billed as $225 million in spending cuts in his budget blueprint is actually $58 million less.
Next Minn. Economic Outlook Due Feb. 28Minnesota lawmakers are being told to expect a new state economic forecast on Feb. 28, but also being warned that more uncertainty from Washington will cloud the picture.
Minn. Lawmakers Curious About Budget Post-CliffMinnesota lawmakers hope to learn more about how the recent fiscal cliff deal that temporarily averted an economic crisis is shaping the economic picture closer to home.
11th Hour Life For Vikings Stadium BillThe final week of the legislative session is starting off with a double dose of Vikings stadium hearings. That plan has lurched back to life and it's moving closer to votes by the full House and Senate.
Minn. House Revives Vikings Stadium Bill A Minnesota House committee has revived the Vikings stadium subsidy as the proposal moves closer to votes by the full House and Senate.
Cuts To Cities Made Temporary In Minn. Budget BillLegislative Republicans pushing a $1 billion package of spending cuts have softened the long-term effect on cities and counties.
Paulsen Snags Spot On Influential House CommitteeRepublican Rep. Erik Paulsen of Minnesota has snared a seat on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.