Gov. Mark Dayton is planning a European trade mission in June.
He, along with a delegation, will travel to Germany, Sweden and Norway. According to the state, Minnesota export about $840 million worth of goods to the three countries through December of last year.
It will cost delegates about $7,500 per person to join the trip.
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Gov. Mark Dayton said Wednesday he expects to call a special legislative session for lawmakers to help businesses on Lake Mille Lacs that are struggling due to the decline of walleye fishing.
Mille Lacs resorts and other area businesses could face tough times if the walleye season is cut short, as seems likely.