Gov. Mark Dayton today offered a unique proposal: The Legislature should pass a $1 billion public works funding bill, but the Democratic governor only proposed half of the projects.
Last yearâ€™s Hail Mary fell incomplete as time ran out on the Minnesota Vikings and their push for a new stadium.
Minnesota electric utilities likely will meet the state’s renewable energy standard, the state Commerce Department reports.
Republicans do not want to fund public works projects this year, in a measure known as a bonding bill, but may “unbond” projects that have not been built.
The Fargo-to-St. Cloud rung of a proposed electric transmission line is moving ahead.