June 2, 2016 •
Minnesota Governor Sets Conditions on Special Session
Gov. Mark Dayton has outlined several conditions legislators must meet before he will call a special legislative session.
In a letter sent to House and Senate leaders, Dayton indicates they must agree on several points in the priority subjects of transportation, taxes, and numerous omissions in supplemental budget and bonding bills before he will call the session.
Several lawmakers have requested a special session after the Legislature recessed last month without passing an important bonding bill, but only Dayton has the authority to call the session.
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