Daily Donkey, September 13

Minnesota Legislature

What the Minnesota Supreme Court’s decision on Dayton’s veto of legislative budget means for state government, MinnPost

Can a retired judge bring Mark Dayton and legislators together?, Pioneer Press

Our View: Now they have to work together, Duluth News Tribune

The people win as Minnesota’s top court tells Dayton and GOP to go back and do their jobs, MinnPost

 

Gov. Mark Dayton

Gov. Mark Dayton says state of Minnesota’s Amazon HQ bid to be ‘restrained’, Star Tribune

 

Secretary Steve Simon

How states are handling Trump’s voter information request, Sacramento Bee

 

AG Lori Swanson

Swanson won’t intervene in Mayo consolidation services, Seattle Times

AG Swanson won’t sue Mayo over Albert Lea hospital shutdowns, MPR

 

Sen. Al Franken

Key US senators want answers on Equifax’s massive cyberbreach, USA Today

Franken backs Sanders’ ‘Medicare for All’ bill, The Hill

Franken comes out for single-payer health-care plan offered by Bernie Sanders, Star Tribune

 

BWCA

Congressmen Tom Emmer, Rick Nolan try to kill pollution study of the Boundary Waters, City Pages

 

Health Care

With repeal and replace dead, Congress is getting down to business on stabilizing Obamacare, MinnPost

Big question sin health care: Can Minnesota support single-payer?, MPR

 

Transportation

Minnesota Commerce Department recommends against Line 3 plan, The Republic

Commerce Department Says Enbridge Line 3 Not Needed, KDAL

Minnesota Commerce Department recommends against pipeline plan, KMSP


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