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Growth in income, consumer spending and corporate profits boosted state revenue.
Gov. Tim Walz called Perry "the most important person ... that a lot of people haven't heard about."
With billions in federal money on the way and a construction funding package in the works, the state's needs will be at the forefront for legislators.
Democrats are pushing back, citing the ongoing pandemic and concerns about any future crisis.
Landlords raised concerns with additional dollars to administer rent help.
The state economist and budget officials will give an updated prediction on Dec. 7.
The trade delegation is one of the first to visit the U.K. since COVID hit.
Filings on pace to reach pre-COVID levels, but legal aid is available.
For the first time in nearly 20 months, fully vaccinated Canadians can enter the United States to shop, travel and see family, the start to a much-needed boost for Minnesota tourism.
Even as Republicans cheered Minneapolis residents for voting down the policing amendment, they foreshadowed that the issue isn't going away.