July 11, 2016 •
Minnesota Special Session Unlikely Until After Primary Election
A special session is now unlikely until after the primary elections, due to lawmakers’ increasingly busy schedules.
Lawmakers have sought a special session to pass tax and bonding bills since adjourning the regular session in May, but Gov. Mark Dayton required agreement on several issues before he was willing to call the session.
To date, Dayton and lawmakers have been unable to reach an agreement on those issues.
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