"There's still, I think, two months left in the legislative session, which is certainly time to see if something can be worked out. Whether it can or not, I don't know at this point," Gov. Mark Dayton told Cathy Wurzer this morning.
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House Democrats released their tax and spending priorities Friday for the 2014 legislative session. Most of the spending is going for tax cuts – $550 million. They would also spend $172 million for capital investment and economic development initiatives, $92 million for k-12 schools, $75 million for home health care workers who provide care for…
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