There may be an override attempt of Gov. Tim Pawlenty's veto of the General Assistance Medical Care extension, which passed overwhelmingly in the Minnesota House and Senate Thursday, but not Monday.
"I think there probably will be a veto override," attempt, Senate Majority Leader Larry Pogemiller said Friday. "I don't think we will do it on Monday."
The measure, which passed the House 125-9 and the Senate 47-16 Thursday, is a Senate file so any action on it has to start in the Senate.
Monday might still see some heavy legislative action -- Pogemiller said he hopes the compromise House-Senate borrowing bill will be ready for a Senate vote Monday.