K-12 education finance bills that account for roughly 40 percent of the state’s general fund spending are moving through the House and Senate floors this week.
The DFL majorities’ revenue bills in the House and Senate take substantially different approaches.
With DFLers back in control of the House and Senate, many familiar faces will be wielding key gavels when the Legislature convenes on January 8.
The real measure of the 2013 session will be what DFLers make of their historic opportunity to reform Minnesota’s tax code.
As they prepare to take the reins of state government starting in 2013, Minnesota Democrats are attempting to strike a delicate balance between erasing a projected budget deficit and handling pent-up demand to tackle liberal social issues after two decades of divided control in St. Paul.
A short tour of four potential scenarios as the Dayton administration and the DFL Legislature weigh the next Minnesota budget.
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