CAPITOL CHATTER Process leads to Dayton outdoors funding vetoes
Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed two provisions of a bill funding outdoors and arts projects, saying a House committee ignored a citizen advisory panel.
The vetoes eliminated $3 million to fight aquatic invas... Posted on 5/23/13 at 11:37 AM
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As the 2011 legislative session kicks off this week, Pat Garofalo is getting used to being a whole lot more popular around the capitol.
Garofalo, the Farmington Republican who on Tuesday kicked off his fourth term in the state House of Representatives, said people started paying more attention to what he had to say once he was named chair of the state’s K-12 education finance committee.
Minnesota News ST. PAUL -- Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty and leaders of the Democratic-dominated Minnesota Legislature got a head start on their 2010 work Tuesday, agreeing they would start work on issues such as public works projects and how to inject money into the economy.
Minnesota News WILLMAR — Every year, the offices that process driver’s licenses, vehicle tabs, title transfers and boat licenses send about $1 billion to the state in the form of fee-generated revenue.
ST. PAUL – The smiles and "happy new year" salutations of Tuesday's Minnesota legislative session opening day soon will turn into serious faces and money talk as legislators begin grappling with a $4.85 billion deficit.
Minnesota State News
ST. PAUL – Gov. Tim Pawlenty and legislative leaders want Minnesota counties to ignore a one-sentence provision in a new tax law, but the request angers county leaders because they want flexibility the new law would offer.
Minnesota State News
ST. PAUL -- Motorists witnessing a burst of road construction in the coming years may like a transportation package lawmakers approved this year, but teenage drivers may think proposed driving restrictions are, like, totally not cool.
Jeff Priess is still waiting for some of the details, but one day after lawmakers wrapped up their work for the 2008 legislative session the Farmington School District’s finance director encouraged by what he’s seen for school districts.
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