Minnesota lawmakers push ahead today on spending bills for health and human services, transportation and the judiciary with a key committee deadline looming next week.
Political issues and committee work at the Capitol will compete for attention today with the Minnesota’s miserable weather.
Crush and slush today as lawmakers push ahead on a busy day at the Capitol as rain, sleet and snow pelt St. Paul. Lawmakers will also keep a close eye on a warm and partly sunny Washington today as President Obama releases his 2014 federal spending plan.
A busy day at the Capitol today as lawmakers push ahead on finance and tax policy bills. Expect more discussion over new plans to raise money to pay for the public portion of a new Vikings stadium. Lawmakers will also keep one eye on a spring snowstorm closing in.
Gov. Dayton today is expected to unveil his proposals for bonding and construction projects. In Washington this week, the White House plans to release its 2014 budget proposal.
State lawmakers grind through another day of committee work in the House and Senate on health and human services spending bills at the Capitol. The Legislative Commission on Planning and Fiscal Policy gets briefed today on the effects in Minnesota of the automatic federal budget cuts, known as sequestration.
Minnesota’s economy is starting to leave Wisconsin behind.
Health and human services spending gets a second day of heavy activity in Minnesota House and Senate committees. Religious leaders and members of their congregations will rally today at the Capitol in on the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Health and human services spending gets a deep look today in Minnesota House and Senate legislative committees. St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is expected to announce today whether he’ll seek a third term as mayor.
With the political spring break over, action resumes today at the Capitol as lawmakers push ahead on budget, bonding and other legislation.