Now that the 2008 Legislative Session has come to a close, the end results are encouraging thanks to Gov. Pawlenty’s involvement, but the process the House DFL used to get to the finish line was flawed.
Dist. 22A Rep. Doug Magnus, R-Slayton
, May 21, 2008
Legislative negotiators declared they have all but settled outstanding issues remaining in the 2008 session Friday night, expecting a full deal to follow soon balancing the state budget and lowering property taxes for at least some Minnesotans.
There have been multiple letters to the editor on this page in recent weeks regarding the needs of long-term care facilities, particularly those in Greater Minnesota. We share many of the concerns expressed in these letters.
ST. PAUL — Pawlenty administration officials and legislators paved over a pothole that prevented agreement on highway safety issues Wednesday, but a transportation bill containing those issues faces a likely rough road today when representatives debate a strict seatbelt provision.
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