ST. PAUL — Four days remain for Minnesota lawmakers to balance the state budget, but little progress was evident Wednesday night as they debated the second major bill in three days headed to a governor’s veto.
Major speeches and grandstanding kept to a minimum at Capitol
ST. PAUL — State Reps. Tony Sertich and Rod Hamilton were concerned when the Legislative session started that having five of their colleagues running for governor could disrupt the flow of work in the Minnesota House.
ST. PAUL — Dist. 22A Rep. Doug Magnus, R-Slayton, announced Tuesday that he will not seek a fifth two-year term in the Minnesota House and will instead seek election to the Minnesota Senate in District 22.
The state’s ongoing budget crisis came home to roost in a new way this week, when the number-crunchers in St. Paul announced that the state will “borrow” $423 million this spring from 231 school districts across the state.
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