ST. PAUL (AP) - Governor Mark Dayton's two-year budget proposal increases spending by $1,200,000,000 and includes a long list of fee increases that will hit Minnesota residents directly in the wallet.

Dayton's plan includes many items that could easily be overshadowed, such as a $1 increase to renew a driver's license. The extra money would go toward operating a new registration system for licenses and motor vehicle titles.

Some of the widest-reaching fee increases would fall on outdoors enthusiasts as the Department of Natural Resources is seeking $40,000,000 in extra fees on ATVs, boats, snowmobiles, ski trail passes, state park entrance and more.

Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Myron Frans says each part of the proposed budget ensures the state government provides Minnesota residents with services.