Governor Mark Dayton today repeated to Republicans: There will *not* be a special session to fix an error in their tax cut bill, unless they also agree to a bonding bill with projects and programs Dayton wants. The governor says, “This is my way of achieving some compromise that wasn’t available to me at the end of the session. I was not involved in the final bonding bill. The House didn’t even put out a bonding bill detailing anything until the last week [of the regular session].” Dayton requested a meeting with legislative leaders this afternoon, but so far only Democrats have said they’ll attend. Dayton says Senate Republican Leader David Hann indicated he would not come and the governor says he hasn’t heard from House Speaker Kurt Daudt. Daudt’s office hasn’t responded to our inquiry.
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