The bill is nearly $500 million smaller than Gov. Mark Dayton's proposed bonding bill, and doesn't include a number of key projects.
With just days left in the regular legislative session and tensions running high over the budget and a constitutional amendment to ban gay marraige, a divisive pastor gave a controversial opening prayer on the House floor Friday.
Sen. Kathy Sheran and Rep. Terry Morrow say former Human Services Commissioner and now secretary of the Senate, Cal Ludeman, withheld critical information from the Legislature when he edited a report on sex offender treatment.
House Minority Leader Paul Thissen named five fellow Democratic representatives that will join him in leading the caucus next session.
Rep. Terry Morrow (DFL-St. Peter) considers testimony from Dennis Benson, executive director of the Minnesota Sex Offender Program.
House Republicans are preparing to move forward with a bonding bill that is nearly $500 million smaller than Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal and does not include funding for a number of projects backed by Republicans and DFLers in both chambers. The $280 million bonding bill, which is set for its first hearing Wednesday afternoon in ...
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