Many people under the Capitol dome say it feels like the Legislature is in its final days, but more and more it looks like lawmakers will take a break and return April 16 to wrap up work.
Minnesota farmers still will not be able to grow hemp, the House decided Friday on a 74-52 vote.
Minnesota’s Republican-controlled Senate approved business tax cuts Friday that Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton all but promises to veto.
What started out as a minor education-related bill Friday morphed into a measure allowing casinos at Minnesota’s two horse-racing tracks.
Advocates on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate say they are making progress and will continue to reach out to Minnesotan voters before they cast ballots on the issue this fall.