Tweet roundup: shutdown ends, what’s next?

The slow processes of restarting government begins. One of the 22,000 laid-off state employees rejoices.

Woo hoo!! Just went into CFLOP to start calling people back!! CAN’T WAIT to see my coworkers! #mnshutdownless than a minute ago via tweetymail Favorite Retweet Reply

Governor Dayton continued to project a tone of compromise.

Gov Dayton says #mnshutdown didn’t help state’s reputation but “$1.4 B in cuts would have been worse”less than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply

While there seems to be a general sense of appreciation that the government and government services will be back to full swing, the deal still stings for some.

I sacrificed so a rich person didn’t have to, and all I got was this lousy property tax increase. #mnleg #mnshutdownless than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply

Recriminations and finger pointing resume.

It’s high time public education learned a lesson from the auto industry. #Union = #FAIL Public already got the message. #mnleg #stribpolless than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply

Put it on a stick and fry it.

AFSCME says state workers relieved to be going back to work, rips GOP #mnleg. Union says it will ramp up tax the rich campaign at State Fairless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply