Governor Mark Dayton plans to meet again with legislative leaders tomorrow to try to make progress toward calling a special session. It’s the first time Dayton has met with House Republican leaders since talks broke down in late June. At that time the governor said Republicans forced the two sides further apart with fresh demands for tax credits for private schools and a minimum wage measure. Beyond that, other big issues remain: the dollar amount of a bonding bill, how much of it should go for roads and bridges, and Republicans’ strong opposition to funding for Southwest Light Rail in the Twin Cities.
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