The new House Republican majority has had less than 48 hours to reflect on its work over the last five months as they prepare for the likelihood of an education-focused special session.
But that doesn’t mean they haven’t been taking stock in their accomplishments this session — one which House Speaker Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) said was highlighted by his caucus’s willingness to “end divide and conquer” politics at the Capitol in favor of a bipartisan approach to “solving the problems Minnesotans sent us here to solve.” (Read more)
(PICTURED: House Speaker Kurt Daudt, left, House Minority Leader Paul Thissen and members of the House Republican and DFL caucuses met with the media Wednesday to share their views of the 2015 session. Photo composite by Paul Battaglia)
Lawmakers look back on efforts, ahead to likely special session (5/20/2015 2:40:00 PM) Dayton says veto on education bill is imminent (5/19/2015 4:40:00 PM) Session is over — Session Daily will be there when news from the House warrants (5/19/2015 4:13:27 PM) Surplus: Unmet needs and high expectations lead to more problems (5/19/2015 2:58:00 PM) First-term members reflect on rollercoaster ride through first session (5/19/2015 12:52:54 PM) House passes jobs and energy bill in final seconds of regular session (5/19/2015 1:44:00 AM) Clock runs out on the 2015 Legislature with some funding bills left in limbo (5/19/2015 1:23:00 AM) House repasses $540 million omnibus legacy bill, Senate does not (5/19/2015 12:34:00 AM) Omnibus state government finance bill passed by House, going to governor (5/18/2015 11:23:00 PM) House repasses HHS policy bill without electronic records exemption (5/18/2015 11:09:00 PM) House repasses technical fixes to campaign finance law (5/18/2015 11:02:22 PM)
2016 SESSION - House floor session
Tuesday, March 8 2016 12:00 PM
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A flip in leadership and more returning members mark some of the changes in store for 2015-16 House of Representatives.