Governor Mark Dayton Signs Safe and Supportive Schools Act
Joined by the bill’s authors, Rep. Jim Davnie and Sen. Scott Dibble, student advocate Jake Ross, and other students, teachers, parents, and supporters, Governor Mark Dayton signs the Safe and Supportive Schools Act into law
Governor Dayton signs $508 million in tax cuts for middle class and businesses into law
Governor Mark Dayton today signed legislation (HF1777) cutting taxes for middle class Minnesotans and businesses.
Governor Dayton Proposes 1,000 Ways to Make State Government Work Better
Governor Dayton’s reform proposals include over 1,000 ways to make state government work better for the people of Minnesota.
First Act of Legislative Session Invests $20 Million in Heating Assistance
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Minnesota Ranks Fifth in Gallup Job Creation Index
The MN Dept. of Employment and Economic Development announced that Minnesota ranked fifth among states in employee perceptions of job creation at their workplaces.
Governor Dayton Proposes Funding Measure to Ensure No Child is Denied Lunch in Minnesota Schools
Governor Mark Dayton proposed providing additional funding in the upcoming legislative session to ensure that every child has access to a nutritious lunch in Minnesota schools.
Jobs Proposal Will Create Over 27,000 Minnesota Jobs
Governor Mark Dayton today introduced a bonding proposal that would invest $986 million in infrastructure projects statewide, creating more than 27,000 Minnesota jobs.
In 2013, more than 11,800 Minnesota families lost their homes to foreclosure. Thousands more sold their homes at a loss in a short sale. But thanks to new tax cuts signed into law by Governor Dayton, Minnesotans who lose their home to foreclosure or sell their homes at a loss will not face the added burden of paying thousands of dollars in state taxes.
To make state government work better for the people it serves, Governor Dayton has implemented Minnesota's first-ever Plain Language policy. Watch this video to learn how the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs has made their website easier to use for Veterans like Michelle Ambrose.