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Tim O’Driscoll, Joe Perske and a What Up Wednesday on WJON

Join me, Jay Caldwell from 5-10am Wednesday for the Morning News Watch. I'll talk with State representative Tim O'Driscoll at 8:15 about what's coming up during this legislative session.

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House Passes Bill on Teacher Layoffs [AUDIO]

The Minnesota House has passed a bill that would let schools consider teacher performance in layoff decisions. State law currently requires that seniority be the only consideration. Opponents say the bill would make it easier for districts to layoff teachers with high salaries.

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Former Sartell Police Chief Passes Away [AUDIO]

A longtime police chief for the city of Sartell has passed away. Jerry O'Driscoll died on Monday after about a 10-week battle with cancer.

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GOP Proposing Constitutional Amendment on Photo ID [AUDIO]

We're just in the first week of the state legislative session and already Republican lawmakers are floating the idea of putting another constitutional amendment on the November ballot. The amendment would require voters to produce a photo ID.

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Local Lawmakers React To Governor Dayton’s Offer [AUDIO]

Republican State Representative Steve Gottwalt of St. Cloud is reacting to the latest news from Governor Mark Dayton. He says it's a good sign. And Republican State Representative Tim O'Driscoll of Sartell says he's cautiously optimistic about today's (Thursday) news.

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State House Expected To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Today

As lawmakers wait to see what Governor Dayton does with the budget bills that have been sent to his desk, the State House is expected to vote on the gay marriage amendment issue today (Friday).

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Legacy Amendment Bills Quietly Advancing At State Capitol

As the State Legislature and the Governor continue to spar over high profile issues like the budget, gay marriage, and a Vikings stadium -- there's also bills that have quietly passed that tinker with the State Land and Legacy Amendment. The Land and Legacy Amendment brings in hundreds of millions of dollars, and state lawmakers have been voting on conflicting bills on where that money should go.

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O’Driscoll, Hosch ‘Hopeful’ New Budget Forecast Will Improve [AUDIO]

Monday will be a big day at the State Capitol. The latest budget forecast will be released. The last budget forecast released in November projected a $6.2 billion deficit in the next two-year budget cycle, which starts on July 1st. However, that same forecast had our current budget running at a surplus.

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Hosch, O’Driscoll Talks Pros And Cons Of Bonding Bill [AUDIO]

The issue of a potential bonding bill bubbled up to the surface again this week when Governor Dayton unveiled his plan to spend $1 billion in construction projects. Representative O'Driscoll would prefer to first spend the money that's already been allocated. And Representative Hosch says he's disappointed Governor Dayton left the SCSU Science Lab out.

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King Banaian, Tim O'Driscoll, John Pederson
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St. Cloud area’s 3 Freshmen Lawmakers Ready To Be Sworn-In

Three freshmen lawmakers from the St. Cloud area will be sworn-in tomorrow at noon. King Banaian, Tim O'Driscoll, and John Pederson take their oath of office right before the 2011 State Legislative session begins.

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