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Don Davis/State Capitol Bureau Minnesota Gov.-elect Mark Dayton, a Democrat, said he found some common ground with Republican Senate leaders during a Thursday meeting. Looking on are incoming Assistant Senate Majority Leader Geoff Michel and Majority Leader Amy Koch.

As others see it: The clock is ticking

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Minnesota legislators and Gov. Mark Dayton are about to hit crunch time in crafting the next two-year state budget.

As the DFL governor, DFL House and DFL Senate do so, it's worth revisiting what they did -- and didn't -- promise to do while also pointing out how some of their other ideas and actions could indirectly reach into the pockets of Minnesotans. ...

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