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House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, confers with Minority Leader Melissa Hortman, DFL-Brooklyn Park (left), on the House floor May 15. Hortman said later that they were discussing ways to avoid keeping members on the floor deep into the night. Shortly afterward, the House suspended its rules for an early take-up of the omnibus tax conformity bill’s conference report, which was approved 78-50. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)
House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, confers with Minority Leader Melissa Hortman, DFL-Brooklyn Park (left), on the House floor May 15. Hortman said later that they were discussing ways to avoid keeping members on the floor deep into the night. Shortly afterward, the House suspended its rules for an early take-up of the omnibus tax conformity bill’s conference report, which was approved 78-50. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)

Single-subject advocates seek constitutional amendment

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About Kevin Featherly

Kevin Featherly, who joined BridgeTower Media in mid-2016, is a journalist and former freelance writer who has covered politics, law, business, technology and popular culture for publications and websites in the Twin Cities and nationally since the mid-1990s.

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