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  1. Minnesota Lawmakers Have Lots Left to Tackle after BreakRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WDIO

    ... end state funding for abortions and require clinics to be licensed. Similar moves have stalled before, and Gov. Mark Dayton has said he doesn't see himself signing any new restrictions into law. BUDGET One thing is nearly certain: Minnesota will see ...

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  2. Editorial: Budget shows political will still absentRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Concord Monitor

    ... by two states, Kansas, led by conservative Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, and Minnesota, governed by Democrat Mark Dayton. Brownback, acting out a supply-side dream, slashed taxes in his state and tanked its economy. Brownback cut funds for ...

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  3. SESSION 2015: Lawmakers have lots left to tackle after breakRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Marshall Independent

    ... end state funding for abortions and require clinics to be licensed. Similar moves have stalled before, and Gov. Mark Dayton has said he doesn't see himself signing any new restrictions into law. One thing is nearly certain: Minnesota will see its ...

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  4. Bill McGuire: Minnesota's most unlikely Pied Piper of soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... many areas." Though he has yet to discuss building an open-air soccer stadium in downtown Minneapolis with Gov. Mark Dayton , McGuire seems confident that knowing Dayton from

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  5. In Minnesota's foster system, kids go from bad to worseRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... as foster parents, records show. That problem could intensify, as a child protection task force formed by Gov. Mark Dayton recommended on Monday numerous reforms that will likely see more children removed from abusive homes. "I don't think we're ...

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  6. Minnesota: The joy of divided government: Pioneer Press editorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    ... lawmakers said they were in no rush to pass a comprehensive package and might wait until next year. DFL Gov. Mark Dayton, meantime, proposed a bigger, longer-term package, supported entirely by more and higher taxes. Now the two sides are ...

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  7. Funding for disabled and long-term care? It's personalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    ... concerned about recent human services budget news from the governor and the state House. On March 17, DFL Gov. Mark Dayton issued revised recommendations for the next two state fiscal years that included $25 million more for higher pay in nursing ...

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  8. Minnesota tuition freeze doubtfulRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KVOX-FM Fargo

    Prospects don't look very good at the legislature for freezing tuition another two years at the U-of-M and state colleges and universities. Governor Mark Dayton has it in his budget proposal, but Senate Democratic Majority Leader Tom Bakk said Friday "that kind of spending is not sustainable."

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  9. Progress Summit 2015: Anna Greenberg on winning votesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacLeans

    ... She was also a pollster for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and helped in successful campaigns for Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and a number of Members of Congress. Greenberg, who calls herself a proud feminist, is the daughter of Democratic pollster ...

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  10. Local entities would benefit from...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Lakefield Standard

    Jackson County, along with several local municipal and township government entities, are in line for a combined $46,500 in annual railway safety improvement funds under a proposal put forth earlier this month by Gov. Mark Dayton. The money earmarked for the county, four local municipalities and three townships for local-priority rail infrastructure improvements is part of a $45 million pot Dayton proposes to collect annually through an adjustment in the way railroads pay property taxes.

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  11. LSP to farmers: Accept buffer ch...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Marshall Independent

    Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer proposal, born from an in-depth discussion between politicians, farmers and conservationists at this winter's Pheasant Summit in Marshall, has raised some eyebrows across the state, but one influential farmer - and a group he represents - believes Dayton's plan is in the best interest of everyone, farmers included. Paul Sobocinski, a crop and livestock farmer in Redwood County and organizer with the Land Stewardship Project, said Thursday that it's important for farmers to answer the call and do what they can to protect our waters.

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  12. Senate Democrats stress education, reserves in budget planRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WXOW-TV La Crosse

    Minnesota Senate Democrats have produced a two-year budget outline that would commit $550 million more for education programs and socks $250 million extra into state reserves. The $42.7 billion, two-year plan the majority party released Friday contains far less in tax relief than House Republicans have proposed and less in spending than Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton suggested.

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  13. Hayden, Champion introduce legislation to address health disparitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Insight News

    ... if symptoms are caught early. Awareness is a critical first step toward health, which is why in February Gov. Mark Dayton proclaimed March Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. In 2014 according to Legacy for Health almost one in five, or 19 percent, ...

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  14. Vikings stadium: Agency's leadership structure, salary differences questionedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    ... the committee that makes the key construction and spending decisions, she has a duty to know the details. Gov. Mark Dayton, her former boss who appointed her in June 2012 to chair the stadium authority, wanted the position to be full-time so the ...

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  15. Limited Time for Lawmakers After BreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAAL-TV Austin

    ... end state funding for abortions and require clinics to be licensed. Similar moves have stalled before, and Gov. Mark Dayton has said he doesn't see himself signing any new restrictions into law. One thing is nearly certain: Minnesota will see its ...

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  16. a Million Here, Thirty Million ThereRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    Although Gov. Mark Dayton and other officials relented, they were miffed that they were asked to add more money to the already $270 million project. "I don't like it," Dayton said, but added that finding unanticipated needs in the renovation of a 109-year-old building should have been expected.

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  17. Kelm-Helgen's stadium role duplicates Mondale's, critics sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    A top public official overseeing construction of the $1 billion Minnesota Vikings stadium found herself sharply criticized Friday, accused of duplicating a role already being filled on the project. Board members of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, the public body monitoring the stadium's construction, criticized the increasing role being played by Michele Kelm-Helgen, the authority chairwoman appointed by Gov. Mark Dayton .

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  18. 14 Funny Tweets after Pot Became Decriminalized in MinnesotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Max

    ... of prohibition. The bill faces tough opposition from the state's law enforcement agencies. And current Gov. Mark Dayton has made it known that he would like to see supporters present a compromise that law enforcement could support prior to him ...

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  19. Dayton proposes bigger penalties for poachingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Star Tribune

    Gov. Mark Dayton is proposing more stringent penalties and longer license revocation periods for poaching in Minnesota in response to recent egregious violations. Dayton said Friday he wants to implement a felony-level penalty for poaching and revoke game-and-fishing licenses for 10 years, an increase from the maximum five-year revocation and gross-misdemeanor penalties now in place.

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  20. SportsNew fishing licenses needed by April 1New fishing licenses needed by April 1OutdoorsRead the original story

    Friday | Door Reminder

    ... Last week's column concerning proposed state park funding cuts in the state budget vs. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's pledge to add millions annually to its parks budget hit a home run with local state park supporters, many who emailed to say that ...

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