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The Supreme Court required both sides in the legislative funding standoff to identify how much money the House, Senate and Legislative Coordinating Commission have on hand that could be used to keep the Legislature functioning without new appropriations. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)
The Supreme Court required both sides in the legislative funding standoff to identify how much money the House, Senate and Legislative Coordinating Commission have on hand that could be used to keep the Legislature functioning without new appropriations. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)

Legislature v. Dayton: Memos stake out funding positions

Dayton attorney argues the Legislature has cash enough to function through August 2018.

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