Republican Leaders Fuming After Gov. Dayton Vetoes Tax, Budget BillsDayton accused the bill of “misguided priorities that give tax cuts to corporations and the wealthy over the education of our children.”
Taxes, School Funding & Construction: Legislature's Work In Limbo Minnesota lawmakers wrapped up their work as midnight struck Sunday, but the session scorecard was still largely empty on Monday.
Lawmakers Finish Session In A Blur Of Bills, QuestionsGov. Mark Dayton threatened to veto major tax and spending bills as the passed the House Sunday night.
House Fails To Override Dayton's Veto On MNLARS FundingMany deputy registrars who had to use their own money to offset costs surrounding the MNLARS system.
Lawmakers, Dayton Still At Odds As Session Nears EndSunday is the last day lawmakers at the State Capitol can vote on bills this legislative session, and there is still no several big issues.
Tax Deal, Education Funding In Flux As Session Ticks AwayGov. Dayton and GOP leaders were searching for a compromise on a tax bill, and Dayton's push for additional school funding.
Dayton Vetoes Tax Bill While Visiting Elementary SchoolMinnesota Governor Mark Dayton vetoed the big tax bill of the year Thursday, setting the stage for a rocky end of the 2018 legislative session.
Rep. Hamilton's Chairmanship Suspended Amid AllegationsA 23-year old woman filed a report with St. Paul Police Friday, accusing Rep. Rod Hamliton.
Minn. Republicans Push Work Requirement For Medical AssistanceMinnesota Republicans will push to impose a work requirement for the state's health care program for those in poverty.
Fast-Paced, Election Year Legislative Session Kicks Off At Minn. CapitolThis is the election year version of the Minnesota Legislature, which means lawmakers are packing a lot of tough issues into a very short time.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Fixes For MNLARS, Tax Filing On Deck For SessionMinnesota lawmakers return to the Capitol on Tuesday with plenty of work to do and no guarantee they'll finish it.