Before he is sidelined for two weeks because of a treatment for a hip injury, DFL Gov. Mark Dayton will answer questions on a wide range of subjects from the media.
We will live tweet the event below.Correction: Dayton said he would entertain a ban on frac sand mining in southeast Minnesota, not southwest Minnesota.
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