St. Cloud area lawmakers react to the just-ended 2015 State Legislative Session. State lawmakers are waiting to see if Governor Mark Dayton follows through with his threat to veto the education funding bill.
The St. Cloud City Council will consider some amendments to the city's liquor ordinances, thanks to changes in state law. Earlier this year the State Legislature approved, and Governor Mark Dayton signed, a bill broadening alcohol sales.
A proposed bill brought to the capital is raising concerned in the medical field. A group of St. Cloud area doctors gathered at the Center for Diagnostic Imaging today (Tuesday) to discuss concerns they have regarding a proposed bill in the legislature.
Members of the hospitality industry were down at the State Capitol yesterday (Monday) talking to lawmakers about the minimum wage. Dan McElroy is the President and CEO of Hospitality Minnesota. He says they're not opposed to an increase, but $9.50 is too high.
A narrow band of Minnesotans will pay a higher income tax under the new state budget. How much more? That depends. Officials say the average cost of the new tax for 54,400 filers is just shy of $7,200.
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