Gov. Mark Dayton is threatening to veto a compromise education budget if legislators don’t rise closer to his spending level, and has said he is willing to call a special session to get his way.
The 2015 legislative session is hurtling toward some kind of conclusion, but with less than 12 hours remaining before adjournment, it’s hard to tell if the end looks more like a collision or a near-miss. Either way, expect sparks. Gov. Mark Dayton is threatening to veto a compromise education budget if legislators don’t rise closer ...
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