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Dayton Vetoes Public School Budget But Waits On Other Bills

Gov. Mark Dayton has followed through on his promise to veto the Legislature's budget for public schools.

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Dayton Stands By Remark About GOP, Schools

House Speaker Kurt Daudt says Gov. Mark Dayton should apologize for saying some Republicans hate public schools, but the governor isn't backing down.

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Senate: No State Money to Build New MLS Stadium

Senate lawmakers are leaving no room for debate: There should be no state money for a new professional soccer stadium.

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House GOP Adds Broadband Funding To Budget Proposal

Republicans in the Minnesota House have carved out space in their budget to improve internet service in greater Minnesota.

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House GOP Wants Small Bumps in School Funding Formula

Minnesota would spend about $179 more on each student under an education funding plan from House Republicans.

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Minnesota Nets $5 Million to Fix Flood-Hit Roads

Another $5 million in federal assistance is bound for Minnesota to help repair roads and bridges damaged by severe flooding in June.

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Dayton Wants Money to Help Students Pay for Lunch

Gov. Mark Dayton says the state should provide additional funding to ensure all Minnesota schoolchildren have access to lunch after a report found some districts deny it.

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$109 Million Spending Plan Approved by Minnesota Council

A council that recommends how legislators should spend a portion of certain tax proceeds has approved $109 million in funding for a number of projects.

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Grants Awarded to St. Cloud Area Arts Programs

Eight area arts programs will benefit from $30,000 in funding from the Central Minnesota Community Foundation.

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