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Latest Mark Dayton Items
Gov. Mark Dayton and other officials said Wednesday that they'll probably ask the Legislature for more tax breaks to sweeten the 2018 Super Bowl for fans now that the NFL has awarded the big game to Minneapolis.
A set of major bills that parcel out money from Minnesota's budget surplus or authorize construction borrowing became law Tuesday as Gov. Mark Dayton signed them in full, foregoing his power to use line-item vetoes to trim them.
In the wake of fiery derailments in Canada and North Dakota, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Tuesday signed into law a measure requiring railroad and oil pipeline companies operating in the state to help pay for training and programs to prepare for emergencies.
Gov. Mark Dayton is on the clock.
It's widely used nationwide as a germ-killing ingredient in soaps, deodorants and even toothpaste, but it's being banned in Minnesota.
As Minnesota lawmakers break from the Capitol for the campaign, they leave behind a tale of two sessions.
By landslide votes, lawmakers put Gov. Mark Dayton on the spot with a bill preventing the Minnesota Lottery from offering instant-play games online or selling tickets at gas pumps and ATMs.
Minnesota lawmakers struck a deal Thursday to legalize medical marijuana, handing a major victory to severely ill children and adults whose emotional appeals for help propelled a major policy change that once appeared dead for the session.
Minnesota judges have been granted greater ability to permanently seal criminal records of people who have fulfilled punishment and have taken concrete steps to turn their lives around, under legislation Gov. Mark Dayton signed Wednesday.