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Bellevue businessman Patrick Shannon withdrew Friday several hours after questions surfaced about an anonymous smear campaign he orchestrated against an opponent in a 2004 legislative race.
Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk said it's unlikely his chamber would go that route if there are extra dollars for lawmakers to allocate next year.
The Minnesota Office of Budget Management released its 2014 projections and the state should be operating with a $1 billion surplus in the next fiscal year.
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Gov. Mark Dayton says he's seeking applications for two upcoming at-large vacancies on the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
There are plenty of people stepping up to take credit for the state's projected billion-dollar budget surplus.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Revenue Commissioner Myron Franz announced in July that Minnesota property taxes would go down 1.5% or $121 million from local government aid and property tax refunds, The typical homeowner in a majority of Twin Cities-area communities can expect a savings in property taxes next year, projections show.
Propane terminals like this one in Inver Grove Heights will help fill the gap after the Cochin pipeline from Canada stops delivering propane in 2014, cutting off 40 percent of the state's supply.
A Minnesota-rousing cheer is in order. Propelled by a rebounding Minnesota economy, the state budget has surged deep into surplus territory.
Gov. Mark Dayton is ordering flags at all state of Minnesota buildings to be flown at half-staff between now and sunset on Sunday in remembrance of Nelson Mandela.
State budget officials are projecting Minnesota will have a one-point-one billion dollar surplus.
The Minnesota Board of Nursing voted Thursday to support several legislative changes that it said would strengthen its ability to discipline nurses.
The past year inspired little confidence that Minnesota can shoulder the responsibility for reforming its costly, potentially unconstitutional sex offender civil commitment program, which keeps some offenders locked up long after their prison sentences have ended.