Do you think a stalemate at the legislature will lead a shutdown of the state government?

“If lawmakers can’t work out their differences on education, jobs and energy, and agriculture and environment funding bills by the end of the fiscal year on June 30, the state will face a partial government shutdown,” writes MPR News reporter Catharine Richert. “The spending in the bills accounts for about 43 percent of the state’s two-year general fund budget.”

“In the meantime, government workers will start getting layoff notices on June 1,” she continued.

Today’s Question: Do you think a stalemate at the legislature will lead a shutdown of the state government?