A proposal to make Minnesota voters show a photo ID at the polls is now halfway to a spot on the November ballot. The full Minnesota House passed the proposed constitutional amendment in a 72-62 vote after a nine-hour floor debate.
The Minnesota House has approved a Republican-backed measure to use state rainy-day funds to pay down debts to public schools. The bill would take $430 million out of the state budget reserve and return it to schools.
A fired Minnesota state Senate staffer is threatening to expose adulterous affairs by other legislators as part of a potential lawsuit over his firing. Michael Brodkorb's legal strategy is laid out in a notice of claims filed with the state Tuesday.
State Rep. Mary Kiffmeyer is batting down an election integrity proposal from Secretary of State Mark Ritchie as an unacceptable substitute to a constitutional amendment on her proposed constitutional amendment to require voters to bring photo IDs to the polls.
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