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Money on the way to water, environment, parks and the arts as Legacy bill heads to governor

It’s up to the Legislature to decide each biennium who’s best tasked with fulfilling the Legacy Amendment’s mission.

Agriculture, housing and rural development omnibus bill headed to governor

There was plenty of praise from both sides of the aisle for the omnibus agriculture, housing, and rural development budget bill.

Walz calls for special session Friday

The agreement between Walz and legislative leaders calls for a one-day special session to pass the remaining bills that make up the state's proposed $48 billion budget.

Jobs and energy compromise falls far too short for House DFLers

While most of the omnibus agreements emerging before the special session are presented by their sponsors with a mix of exhaustion and satisfaction, Thursday’s unveiling of the negotiated jobs and energy compromise felt more like a funeral.

Going up or down? Your taxes will likely change under conference committee compromise

It all came down to taxes. On almost every initiative introduced at this year’s legislative session, the subject eventually turned to how to pay for it.

Policy not left behind in environment and natural resources agreement

A pair of issues provided serious stumbling blocks for House and Senate conferees tasked with working out a budget compromise on the omnibus environment and natural resources finance bill.

No gas tax increase in skinnier omnibus transportation package

The House’s transportation panel on Thursday walked through a compromise omnibus transportation package that, from a House DFL perspective, might seem like no compromise at all. No gas tax increase, no transit-dedicated sales tax, no trunk highway bonding.

Tensions high as state government compromise, pensions plan heard

The $1.16 billion compromise falls in the middle of what the governor, House DFLers and Senate Republicans were seeking.

House speaker says Friday the earliest possible start for special session

The House’s top lawmaker has said the earliest a special session could occur this week is Friday, as Gov. Tim Walz, House DFL and Senate Republican leaders continue to hammer out details of a $48 billion budget agreement.

Details of omnibus judiciary, public safety budget agreement revealed

The overall budget deal announced May 19 by legislative leaders and Gov. Tim Walz proposed a $125 million increase in spending over current budget levels to fund Minnesota courts and public safety agencies
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