Gov. Dayton vetoes major work of session

Gov. Mark Dayton announces that he made good on a vow to veto the Republican tax and omnibus budget bills Wednesday.
Republicans who crafted measures say vetoes would have major consequences for Minnesotans.

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'Playing Politics' podcast: Will Dayton's vetoes frame 2018 campaign?

The Minnesota governor's dismissal of major tax and spending bills will likely resonate in the next election. Hear the "Playing Politics" analysis from WCCO Radio's Adam Carter and the Star Tribune Editorial Board's John Rash and Lori Sturdevant.

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