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Current Operating Budget – FY 2020-21 Biennium

The current biennium, FY 2020--21, started on July 1, 2019 and ends June 30, 2021.  The official planning estimates for the FY 2020-21 biennium were first published with the November 2016 forecast with projections of revenue and spending changing with each forecast and legislative session after that.  Ultimately, the budget for the current two-year budget period (FY 2020-21) was enacted in May 2019.  Below you will find fund statements and supporting documentation for each forecast and legislative session affecting the FY 2020-21 biennium.

Summary of the Current Estimates of State Budget

Explanation of Budgetary Statements


May 2020 Interim Budget Projection

Published May 5, 2020

February 2020 Forecast

Published February 27, 2020 

November 2019 Forecast

Published December 5, 2019 

End of 2019 Regular and Special Legislative Sessions

Published June 27, 2019

February 2019 Forecast

Published February 28, 2019

November 2018 Forecast

Published December 6, 2018

End of 2018 Regular Legislative Session

Published June 29, 2018

February 2018 Forecast

Published February 28, 2018

November 2017 Forecast

Published December 5, 2017

End of 2017 Regular and Special Legislative Sessions

Below are the General Fund Balance and All Funds Statements. There are two versions of each statement:

- One version shows the funds status after the special session and the Governor’s vetoes, compared to the February 2017 forecast.

- The second version shows the funds status after the June 26, 2017 Ramsey County Court Order providing temporary funding for the House and Senate for up to 3 months, compared to the end of session/Governor’s action fund statement.

End of Session with Governor Vetoes: Court Order 

End of Session with Governor Vetoes

February 2017 Forecast

Published February 28, 2017

November 2016 Forecast

Published December 2, 2016



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