Much of Legislature's work already done
ST. PAUL - State budget-balancing work dominates the Minnesota Legislature's final days, but this year much of the big news already is on the books - or failed.
The story of Minnesota's 85th legislative session so far is marked by an at-times frenetic pace, a controversial veto override, some little-known legislation and garden-variety policy disputes.
Some lawmakers, including Rep. Mary Murphy, DFL-Hermantown, view the session as a triumph in efficiency.
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