Welcome to the Daily Digest, where lawmakers plan to finish their work today.
The House worked into the early morning, passing a bonding bill and cementing agreements on the major issues left to end the session today. MPR’s Tom Scheck worked late too to wrap it all up. (MPR News)
Here’s a link from the House to the projects in the bonding bill.
House and Senate lawmakers working on a medical marijuana bill have reached a compromise that Gov. Mark Dayton will sign. (MPR News)
Minnesota’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent in April even as state employers trimmed 4,200 jobs from payrolls. (MPR News)
Despite protests from open Internet groups, the Federal Communications Commission green lighted new Internet traffic rules. (NPR via MPR News)
Veterans Affairs chief Eric Shinseki testified to a Senate committee on Thursday regarding deadly wait times at VA hospitals. (CNN)
President Barack Obama dedicated the 911 Memorial Museum. (New York Times)