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Flanagan's first priority is creating a board that will influence hiring and budget development.
The governor said during an interview this week that he was still at Mayo because of "post-surgical complications" that damaged his lungs.
Daudt raises concerns over potential MinnesotaCare expansion and gas tax.
The new Democratic majority in the House selected Rep. Melissa Hortman as speaker, signaling a dramatic reshuffling of legislative priorities after four years of GOP control.
Republicans hung on to their majority in the state Senate.
All 134 Minnesota House districts are up for grabs in the upcoming election, but the communities surrounding the Twin Cities will be vital in determining which party controls the House. It's a crucial fight, with the governor's seat and Senate control also on the ballot.
Campaign 2018: Business groups focus resources on retaining GOP control of Legislature.
Blaha wants state-funded audits; Myhra wants to audit state agencies.
With a week until election, the candidates for Minnesota attorney general have been attacked over character, qualifications.
The candidates are feeling the pressure as outside spending pours in and they devote most of each day to door-knocking, calling voters or speaking at forums.