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It would help make services available to more low-income people who have been disproportionately affected by the escalating opioid epidemic.
Weeks of intense negotiation involving Dayton, GOP legislators and a coalition of senior organizations over a bipartisan deal collapsed over the weekend.
Past misdeeds of day-care providers fed mistrust, legislative inquiry
Legislators requested probe after TV report.
Key lawmaker calls a report of pilfered money going to overseas terrorists "extremely troubling."
Ruling will aggravate the state's shortage of youth psychiatric care.
Shortage of home health workers pushes the disabled into nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
An emerging coalition of black parents, civil rights activists and state legislators is pushing for stronger parental rights and greater oversight of social service agencies.
In the civil rights suit, attorneys for a group of parents allege that Minnesota's child protection laws are overly broad.
The legislation is in direct response to a court decision earlier this year that permitted the full discharge of a 51-year-old sex offender who has admitted to molesting more than 30 boys and girls.