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Dayton’s budget proposal prioritizes health, education and transportation

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Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday released a two-year, $45.8 billion biennial budget proposal that includes an expansion of MinnesotaCare, increased education spending and an increase in the state’s gas tax.

The spending plan, called “An Opportunity Agenda for a Better Minnesota,” is about $1.2 billion more than the current two-year budget. It includes expansion to the working family and child care tax credits, would close corporate tax loopholes and include sales tax “clarifications.”

To offset the increased spending, which includes a $312 million insurance premium relief bill, the budget banks on the state’s November forecast that projects a $1.4 billion surplus.

Read more at Session Daily

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Event Schedule

House Agriculture Finance Committee *
Friday, March 24 2017 9:00 AM
Watch: Live Event
* Start time is 9:00 a.m., or at the call of the Chair.
HF895 (Hamilton) Omnibus Agriculture Finance bill.

House Education Finance Committee
Friday, March 24 2017 10:00 AM
Watch: Live Event
HF890 (Loon) Omnibus Education Finance bill.
* Committee mark-up of HF890 (Loon) Omnibus Education Finance bill.
* The Committee will take action on the bill.

Conference Committee on HF5
Friday, March 24 2017 1:30 PM
Watch: Live Event
HF5 (Davids/Dahms) Premium subsidy program data practices regulated, state-operated reinsurance program created, and money appropriated.
* The conference committee will review the side-by-side and begin taking testimony.

MONDAY: House Floor Session
Monday, March 27 2017 11:00 AM
Watch: Live Event
House Floor Session

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Bill Introductions

HF2477-HF2512

Committee deadlines

The 2017 committee deadlines are:

  • March 10 — committees must act favorably on bills in the house of origin;
  • March 17 — committees must act favorably on bills, or companion bills, that met the first deadline in the other house; and,
  • March 31 — committees must act favorably on major appropriation and finance bills.
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