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Nine of the 10 organizations that raised the most in 2020 are affiliated with Democrats.
New responsibilities are part of what interim POST Board Executive Director Erik Misselt calls a "watershed moment."
So far the GOP-led Senate hasn't matched that effort in a special session that's expected to wrap up in a few days.
Eight lawsuits have been filed against the governor in state and federal courts.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he plans to appeal the federal agency's denial of his request for disaster aid.
People will be able to apply for federal funds through local housing agencies.
The Republican-led Senate approved a resolution to rescind the governor's emergency powers. But the DFL-controlled House is unlikely to follow suit, leaving Walz's pandemic decrees intact at least through the middle of August.
State officials haven't ruled out the eventual need for more state spending.
Many growers around Minnesota facing an uncertain farm economy are having their faith in President Trump tested this time around.
Gov. Tim Walz, who's planning to call a special session Monday, said he is optimistic that lawmakers can strike a deal. But the politics remain tricky.