Without a real budget since November when the state Supreme Court sided with Gov. Mark Dayton’s use of a line-item veto eliminating the Legislature’s funding, the House on Thursday passed a bill that would fully fund the Senate, House and Legislative Coordinating Commission through the remainder of the biennium.
The Senate passed the conference committee report by a vote of 38-28 Thursday evening.
The report allocates $64.4 million to the Senate, $64.76 million to the House and requires both chambers to return the borrowed LCC funding by June 30, 2018. Anderson said on the House Floor the amount would cover any legal fees from the lawsuit.
Measure would let Minnesotans continue to fly on commercial airlines with current IDs until 2020.
The Legislature may go two straight years without a bonding bill. That was the warning from Rep. Dean Urdahl (R-Grove City), just before the House voted down an $800 million...
Revenue department’s policy changes would add training requirements for individuals at a county or city who administers property tax.
For some people, getting a much-needed prescription filled isn’t always as simple as getting it from their doctor and taking it to a pharmacy. For many, it can become a painful ...
Minnesotans might not have problems boarding commercial aircraft in 2018 with a state-issued ID after the conference committee on the Real ID compliance bill unanimously adopted its report Tuesday.
A larger, $800 million bonding bill is expected to see action on the House Floor Wednesday.
Both sides make concessions on overall budget targets, reach broad agreement on agriculture bill.
Seeking solutions for a licensure system that opponents allege has stymied the supply of qualified teachers for years, legislators have crafted a proposal they feel will not onl...
Returning a portion of Minnesota Investment Fund money to the General Fund would free the remainder from legal requirements.
The state’s latest economic forecast projects a budget deficit of $188 million for the current two-year biennium, and a $586 million deficit for the 2020-21 biennium
The Minnesota Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Gov. Mark Dayton’s line-item veto of the Legislature’s 2018-19 operating budget.
The budget process explained — and why it matters