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.
End Of The Road For Hands-Free Driving BillSupporters of the bill told WCCO they were unhappy that the bill was not being brought up for debate.
With 6 Days Left, Little Progress In Legislative SessionGov. Mark Dayton is calling on Republicans to provide emergency funding for schools, or he won't sign a bill for the state's tax code.
Families Plead With Lawmakers To Pass 'Hands-Free' Driving BillTime is running out on the 2018 legislative session, including a bill in response to concern over distracted driving.
Gov. Dayton, Students Call For GOP-Led Gun ReformGov. Mark Dayton urged lawmakers to take action to reduce gun violence with what he calls “commonsense legislation” -- in a last-ditch effort before the session ends.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Lt. Gov. Fischbach Sued For Refusing To Give Up Senate SeatMinnesota's new Republican lieutenant governor is being sued for trying to keep her seat in the state Senate.
Minn. GOP Leaders To Dayton: Call Special Session For Lt. Gov. SuccessionRepublican leaders of the Minnesota Legislature are proposing a brief special session to avert a legal fight over the next lieutenant governor.
GOP Majority Leader Threatens Gov. Dayton With Senate ShutdownMinnesota's Republican Senate leader says he is preparing to lay off staffers and close down the Senate if a budget impasse with the Democratic governor goes much longer.
GOP Sen. Leader Warns Of Furloughs Over Budget VetoGov. Dayton vetoed the $130 million budget this spring amid a dispute over tax breaks and other measures he signed into law.
Reality Check: Minnesota Legislature's LawsuitThe Minnesota Legislature's lawsuit against the Governor gets its first hearing June 26 in Ramsey County District Court.
On Tour, Republicans Call Special Session 'Historic, Productive'Gov. Mark Dayton says he will decide Tuesday whether to sign or veto the budget bills he got from the legislature last week.