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Dayton Ups Recommendations For Tax Relief, School Spending

Gov. Mark Dayton has revised his budget plan to set aside more money for targeted tax relief, nursing homes, welfare grants, preschool programs and college aid.

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House Panel Votes to Disband MNsure After Story of Death

The debate over MNsure's future is taking an emotional turn. A House panel voted Monday to abandon MNsure and move to the federal exchange by 2017. That decision came after one man blamed the exchange for his wife's death from cancer earlier this year.

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Dayton Says He Wants Task Force Study on MNsure’s Future

Gov. Mark Dayton is asking lawmakers to hold off on making major changes to the state's health insurance exchange this year.

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Dayton to Railroads: Pony Up For Safety Upgrades

Gov. Mark Dayton is giving railroad companies a tongue-lashing for resisting his tax plan to fund safety improvements.

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Senate Sends Dayton 1st Bill Tightening Child-Protection Law

Child-protection legislation inspired by the maltreatment death of a 4-year-old boy is on the verge of becoming law after unanimous Senate approval.

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Dayton Wants To Cut Standardized Tests By A Third

Gov. Mark Dayton wants to cut the number of standardized tests for Minnesota students by a third.

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Dayton, Bakk Put On A Show In 1st Appearance After Blow-Up

If the falling out between Gov. Mark Dayton and Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk was achingly public, their patching up was equally so.

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Capitol Leaders In Talks About Way Out On Pay-Raise Standoff

House Speaker Kurt Daudt says he, Gov. Mark Dayton and Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk are "nearing agreement" on a plan to settle a commissioner pay raise dispute that is holding up an important spending bill.

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Dayton Dangles Road Projects to be Built Under His Plan

Gov. Mark Dayton says his transportation funding proposal would result in 600 road-and-bridge improvement projects across the state.

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Senate Vote On Dayton Cabinet Raises Sparks Democratic Rift

A Minnesota Senate vote to roll back pay raises for Gov. Mark Dayton's commissioners is causing a deep rift between the governor and a key Democratic ally in the Legislature.

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