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Dayton to Counties: No Relief in Surplus

Gov. Mark Dayton is telling leaders of Minnesota's counties that he's sympathetic to their financial difficulties, but he's not promising any relief.

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Minnesota Budget Forecast Likely to be More Bad News

Minnesota lawmakers are braced for bad news with Thursday's release of a state economic forecast. Expectations at the Capitol are for somewhere between $500 million to $1 billion in red ink in the state general fund.

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Minnesota Legislature Examines Child Care Union Push

Republicans who have questioned the legitimacy and rationale for a union election affecting thousands of child-care providers are airing their concerns in a Minnesota House committee hearing.

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Turkey Flies the Coop at Minnesota Capitol Ceremony

Ted the turkey from Willmar made the most of a moment in the spotlight at the Capitol by literally flying the coop during a "sendoff" ceremony with Gov. Mark Dayton and Sen. Amy Klobuchar.

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Dayton Orders Union Vote by Child Care Providers

Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered a vote among home-based child care providers about whether they should unionize. His executive order issued Tuesday sets an election for December.

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Poll: Majority Say Governor Dayton is Doing a Good Job

A new poll shows the majority of Minnesotans think Gov. Mark Dayton is doing a good job leading the state.

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Former Minnesota House Speaker to Lead Broadband Study

Former House Speaker Margaret Anderson Kelliher will lead a 15-member state task force examining ways to expand access to broadband Internet across Minnesota.

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Vikings Stadium Drive at Minnesota Capitol Gains Steam

The push for Vikings stadium funding at the Minnesota Capitol is regaining steam, less than 24 hours after it appeared to fall apart for the year.

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Dayton: No Local, State Taxes For Vikes Stadium

Governor Mark Dayton and legislative leaders say the Minnesota Vikings and their supporters should find a way to pay for a new stadium that doesn't include local or state tax increases. That leaves a large hole in the current proposal for a $1.1 billion stadium in suburban Ramsey County.

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Dayton Names St. Cloud Woman to Health Care Task Force

A new task force is being deployed to examine an old dilemma: How to hold down costs while improving access to health coverage in Minnesota.

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