Dayton signs $79 million agriculture bill

Full story: TwinCities.com

Gov. Mark Dayton's signing of a noncontroversial farm funding measure Friday means it's one easy budget bill down and nine much tougher ones to go before Minnesota's financial house is in order.

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Apr 20, 2011
 
reality wrote:
Hey Fat o t Land! Where do you propose food safety, pesticide issues etc. be handled? A rural elementary charter school? <quoted text>
There are licenses and user fees that help fund activities by government agencies at various levels: county health departments, state and federal departments of agriculture, FDA and EPA.
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Apr 20, 2011
 
I watched Almanac this past Sunday (TPT Channel 2). According to the panelists (2 Dems and 2 Republicans) and the interviewers (2 nonpartisan reporters), the Minnesota Governor and the State Legislature routinely agree on an ag-bill every year. It is rare that they don't, so this, in the lexicon of Minnesota History, isn't a big deal. The fight over the remainding budget, that's what to look for.

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