Lawmakers Gearing Up For Turbulent End To SessionThe 2017 legislative session is winding down, and top Democrats are warning that it could come to a wild end at the State Capitol.
With Budget In Focus, A Look At Minnesota's LeadersIt's almost time for the Minnesota Legislature's rendition of "Let's Make a Deal."
Dayton May Abandon Gas Tax Hike To Bolster Transportation BillGov. Mark Dayton on Thursday opened the door for a transportation funding package without a gasoline tax hike, a sign that Republican legislative leaders hoped would pave the way to finally approving new money for road and bridge repairs after years of failed efforts.
DFL Minority Leader Not Backing Down From Capitol Sexism, Racism ClaimsThe top Democrat in the Minnesota House says she will not apologize for calling out her male colleagues, who she says are "silencing" women lawmakers -- especially women of color.
Lawmakers May Have Reached Deal On Real IDMinnesota lawmakers may be close to a deal that would finally put the state in line with federal ID requirements.
Minnesota Republican Lawmakers Unveil Tax Relief PlanRepublicans at the State Capitol today unveiled a far-reaching tax cut plan they say is aimed at middle class Minnesotans.
Council: Lawyers Will Decide Daudt's Lawmaker Raise DisputeThe chairman of the independent council that approved $14,000 raises for Minnesota lawmakers says lawyers will have to decide whether Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt can block the pay increase.
Minn. House Republicans Reject $14K Raise For LegislatorsRepublican Speaker Kurt Daudt says House lawmakers won't get that raise -- even though voters approved it.
Daudt Searches For An Out On $14K Lawmaker RaiseRepublican House Speaker Kurt Daudt says he's exploring whether the Legislature can reject a recently approved $14,000 raise.
Talking Points: Big Pay Hike For Minnesota LawmakersWhen voters last year overwhelmingly backed a constitutional amendment stripping lawmakers of the ability to give themselves a pay hike, many voters may have missed the fine print.
Daudt Eyes Tech Boost For Government ServicesThe Minnesota House Speaker is reportedly putting together a select committee on technology and responsive government.
Talking Points: Running Out Of Time On MNsureThe federal government rejected Friday Gov. Mark Dayton's request for the MNsure enrollment deadline to be extended from Jan. 31 to Feb. 28.
House GOP Seek To Repeal Water Quality BillHouse Republicans are targeting the state's new law meant to boost water quality, putting Gov. Mark Dayton on defense over one of his marquee initiatives.
Could This Be The Year For Sunday Liquor Sales?One of the co-authors of this year’s bill is the powerful Minnesota House Speaker, Kurt Daudt.
Gridlock As Lawmakers Consider Emergency Health Care BillRepublicans, who now control the legislature, say any rescue package must also include reform.