Gov. Mark Dayton is postponing his State of the State speech one week until April 30, his office announced Wednesday.

The governor has been recuperating from hip surgery and had planned to give his annual address the week before.

“The governor would simply like more time to prepare his remarks,” said Linden Zakula, s Dayton spokesman.

The governor is scheduled to give the address in the House chambers, with House members and state Senators present.

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