"How did I do Mr. State Economist" Governor Dayton asked Stinson after speaking on budget forecast.
House minority leader Kurt Daudt and Assistant minority leader Sen. David Thompson talked with GOP staffers Susan Closmore and Leslie Rosedahl as they listened in the back of the room while DFL leaders spoke to reporters.
MMB Commissioner Schowalter was all annotated up as he answered reporters questions.
MMB Commissioner Schowalter and members of Governor's staff listened Dayton spoke to reporters on forecast.
State Economist Stinson and MMB Commissioner Schowalter prepared for the presentation.
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Lt. Gov. Tina Smith on vacation visiting family out of state (they should stop reminding people of her out-of-state roots), which means both she and Gov. Mark Dayton are gone. As I asked on Twitter Monday, What happens if Wis. Gov. Scott Walker invades? And who is Minnesota’s Al Haig?
A group of DFL legislators, firefighters and other emergency officials and a citizen group used the second anniversary of the Lac-Megantic oil train disaster to hold a news conference demanding oil train safety.
After some of the most momentous weeks of his presidency, including court victories on gay marriage and Obamacare and an emotional eulogy for the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, President Barack Obama turned his attention back to an ongoing theme of his presidency: Economic fairness.