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Dayton, Republicans Meet for Second Day, Trying to Avert Government Shutdown

Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders will spend a summer Saturday behind closed doors trying to head off a state government shutdown that would hit in less than a week if they can't agree on a budget.

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Local Lawmakers ‘Hopeful’ As Budget Talks Begin [AUDIO]

Governor Mark Dayton and GOP Leaders have started an all-day meeting aimed at bridging their state budget differences. And that's given local lawmakers hope that a budget shutdown can still be avoided.

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Minnesota Budget Fight Shifts From Capitol To Court

The budget dispute between Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican state lawmakers is moving away from the Capitol and into a Ramsey County courtroom. Ramsey County Chief Judge Kathleen Gearin hears arguments Thursday from attorneys for Dayton and others about the size and scope of the shutdown.

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Government Shutdown Could Impact Local Government Employees

Employees for local governments could have to be laid-off, if the state government shutdown drags on for months. Benton County Administrator Monty Headley says employees who rely on state services to do their jobs might not be able to do their work.

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Deal Reached To Keep MnSCU Open During Possible Shutdown

The Minnesota State Colleges and University system has reached an agreement to stay open during a possible government shutdown that could start July 1 -- including St. Cloud State University and the St. Cloud Community and Technical College.

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Nonprofits Prepare For State Government Shutdown

Nonprofit organizations in the St. Cloud area will learn how a state government shutdown could affect them.

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Website Aims To Prepare Minnesotans For Government Shutdown

The state of Minnesota has started a new website looking ahead to a possible government shutdown next month. The site from Minnesota Management and Budget, www.bereadymn.com, includes frequently asked questions about a shutdown and information for state employees.

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