Will there or won’t there be a special session? That is the question.
Governor Dayton says he’s open to it. “Going to take the weekend to think about what requirements I would have to call a special session, because there are pieces of the final legislation, particularly the bonding bill, that did not include my number one bonding priority which is the health sciences building for the University of Minnesota.”
State lawmakers were unable to come to an agreement on bonding and transportation proposals as the regular session came to an end at midnight Sunday. Dayton says he plans to communicate with legislative leaders after Memorial Day what his requirements would be for a possible special session.