Dayton vetoes state bill tied to federal budget

Gov. Mark Dayton killed the measure that would require agencies that receive state funding to figure out what to do if the government can't deliver the money. Dayton says the measure merely intends to raise the public's doubt about the reliability of government.
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Gov. Mark Dayton killed the measure that would require agencies that receive state funding to figure out what to do if the government can't deliver the money. Dayton says the measure merely intends to raise the public's doubt about the reliability of government.

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