Thursday Jul 10
Dayton Names 16 to Study Impact of Marijuana Law
Gov. Mark Dayton on Thursday appointed 16 members to a task force that will study the impact of the state's new medical marijuana law.
Thursday Jul 10
Fillmore County Journal
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Today, Governor Mark Dayton requested that President Barack Obama declare a major disaster in Minnesota as a result of heavy rainstorms and flooding that began June 11. In a letter to President Obama, Governor Dayton described widespread flood damage across Minnesota, and noted that he has expanded the state's peacetime state of ... (more)
In 'Almanac' debate, 4 GOP candidates for governor point to their records
The four Republican candidates for Minnesota governor would all cut taxes, keep sex offenders locked up and find ways to pay for roads, bridges and mass transit without raising taxes.
Flooding concerns draw Dayton to Mendota
Gov. Mark Dayton and Mendota Mayor Brian Mielke look over a map of the city as they discuss areas heavily affected by flooding.
Dayton travels across MN to assess flood damage
Tuesday Dayton visited Delano, Chaska, Belle Plaine and Mendota to assess flood damage, meet with local emergency managers and discuss flood prevention/mitigation efforts.
Lieutenant governor hopeful stops in New Ulm
It's a crowded field in the Republican governor's race. Four candidates are seeking the Republican candidacy in the August primary.
Dayton Declares Emergency, Sends Soldiers to Koochiching Co.
Governor Mark Dayton has declared a state of emergency in 35 Minnesota counties, including St. Louis, Koochiching, and Beltrami, and directed the Minnesota National Guard to send soldiers to Koochiching County in response to recent flooding.
Poll shows Dayton, Franken with double-digit leads over GOP challengers
Democratic incumbents Mark Dayton and Al Franken are maintaining roughly the same double-digit leads over their Republican challengers that they had last fall, according to the latest poll from North Carolina-based Public Policy Polling.