Not thrilled by the bonding package put on his desk, Gov. Mark Dayton has nonetheless put his signature on a nearly $1.46 billion capital investment law.
If Republicans keep control of the Minnesota House this November they'll have a new majority leader in 2019.
In the days leading up to the end of the 2018 legislative session May 20, Gov. Mark Dayton repeatedly pledged to veto major pieces of legislation that included provisions he wou...
The infrastructure-heavy plan contains $1.43 billion in total appropriations; $825 million of which would be general obligation bonding.
Sponsored by Rep. Tim O'Driscoll (R-Sartell) and Sen. Julie Rosen (R-Vernon Center), the bill would help stabilize pension plans for more than 500,000 Minnesotans, including teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees.
Minnesota lawmakers are attempting to create a task force to study violence against indigenous women.
As is tradition, once members have finished months of debating one another over myriad bills, House members who have opted not to seek re-election said goodbye to the body early Monday at the conclusion of the 2018 session.
'A very successful session?' Or, 'a debacle?' The reviews are mixed in the immediate aftermath of the 2018 session.
The House voted 127-4 Sunday night to add clarifying language and make technical changes to higher education loan forgiveness programs and certain labor agreements.
As the clock ticks closer to midnight on the last day of the legislative session, the House and Senate have yet to pass a capital investment bill that can head to the governor’s office. A bill is ready for their review.