Both sides pleased with Health and Human Services bill

Maybe compromise is possible after all at the Minnesota sate capitol. Gov. Mark Dayton signed the Health and Human services bill this morning saying, "this is cooperative and this is bipartisan all the way." Republicans concurred.
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Maybe compromise is possible after all at the Minnesota sate capitol. Gov. Mark Dayton signed the Health and Human services bill this morning saying, " ... this is cooperative and this is bipartisan all the way." Republicans concurred.

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