St. Paul, Minn., (CNNMoney) – Democratic governor Mark Dayton and leaders of the Republican-controlled legislature have reach a deal that will close the Minnesota's budget gap end the state's government shutdown "within days."
"It is my understanding that we have reached an agreement," Dayton said, as the visibly tired legislators emerged from a three hour meeting at the Capitol to speak to press.
Tim Pawlenty sure left that state in a mess. Fiscally bankrupt, bridges collapsing, other infrastrucure, etc.
i guess the fact that beer was running out did it huh?
you take away a person's beer and smokes and looks like you may have crossed the line, don't matter if you're a Dem or Repub, left or right some things you JUST DON'T MESS WITH!!
Now is the time to take each Minnesota legislature to court for not doing the job they get paid to do Start recall of all show the people are tired of there lies and them not working for the people stop working for big Corporation and the rich GET MAD AND TAKE THIS COUNTRY BACK NOW before it's to late the government SUCKS on doing there job
Good for you Mr. Governor fight back