Group proposed in omnibus dominated by law enforcement.
House, Senate conference leaders say constitutional mandates must be funded.
Public safety/judiciary omnibus survives five DFL defections to pass.
Lawmaker quits his job as prosecutor, opens a firm with a partner.
Data practices panel weighs conflicting options
Open-government advocates and state-budget watchdogs argue at least some data in health plans’ contracts should be considered public data.
Holberg is confident the commission's work will have an impact on state data policies.
House Capital Investment Chair Alice Hausman told reporters on Wednesday that the sprinkler provision would not be included in either chamber’s final bonding package.
Rep. Mary Liz Holberg, R-Lakeville, got accolades from both sides of the aisle as the House of Representatives took up the outgoing lawmaker’s parting gift to her colleagues: the opportunity to immerse themselves in maddeningly complex privacy-related policy issues that have largely defined her 16-year tenure at the Capitol.
Arduous seven-year trek brings interest groups together.
Dayton met with a group of 11 medical marijuana activists at the governor’s mansion.
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