Minnesota Lawmakers' To-Do List Is Long, But Time Is ShortMinnesota lawmakers are in the homestretch, facing a lengthy to-do list and less than two days to finish their work.
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.
Minn. Senate Passes Plan To Sync State Taxes With Federal OverhaulThe Minnesota Senate prepared Thursday to vote on its plan syncing Minnesota's taxes with the federal government while modestly cutting income tax rates, the final piece of a three-way debate over taxes at the Capitol this year.
Minn. House GOP Propose $825M In Public ConstructionMinnesota House Republicans are proposing to spend $825 million on public works projects with a heavy focus on water infrastructure, roads and state building repairs.
Minnesotans Could Face Hikes With New Federal Tax LawThe Minnesota House has passed a bill matching the state's tax code with new federal tax cuts.
Time's Running Out For Hands-Free Driving BillIt has been two years since little Paisley lost her mother, Megan Goeltz, and her unborn brother.
House GOP Revives Push To Crack Down On Highway ProtestsLawmakers are clashing over a renewed attempt to increase penalties for protesting that blocks traffic, transit lines or at airports.
Lawmakers In Minnesota Attend Sexual Harassment TrainingMinnesota House members are pausing from their legislative duties to attend a day-long training on sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.
Dems Eye State Senate Control & House Upset In MinnesotaMinnesota voters were choosing successors Monday for two legislators who resigned amid sexual harassment allegations, as Democrats sought to remain in striking distance of taking back the state Senate and add a solidly Republican state House seat to their list of upsets leading up to the midterms.
A Reality Check On Minnesota Lawmakers’ Personal SpendingTop Republican leaders are warning of layoffs at the legislature because Democratic Governor Mark Dayton vetoed their operating funds.
After All-Nighters, Special Session In DisarrayBack-to-back all-nighters and new deadlines did not lead to a deal at the State Capitol.
Minn. House Approves $3.2 Billion Education BillThe Minnesota House has approved a $3.2 billion education bill that would freeze tuition next year for the state's two-year and technical colleges but the University of Minnesota will likely see a tuition increase.