The governor said only legislators can enact some of the needed measures.
The Science Museum held a vote, which the extinct, 200-pound beaver won.
The governor said there should also be "consistent" COVID mitigation requirements for schools.
The move comes as some Republicans explore proposals to limit abortion access.
The lawmaker cited a video claiming there are more than 1.2 million "missing" votes.
Rep. Tim Miller also outlined a new abortion-related bill he plans to introduce.
The announcement comes as Kent faces criticism over the party's handling of recent allegations of sexual harassment by a former staffer.
Cynthia Callais provided her account to the Minnesota Reformer.
He spoke briefly Monday morning at a press conference organized by his supporters.
His conviction is related to obstructing the legal process at a hospital in 2019.
"There is no sugar coating it — this is a tough disease," he wrote in a letter published in the Mesabi Tribune.
The incident has sparked allegations of racial profiling and questions about Thompson's state residency.
"I guess she saved us some time," Sen. David Osmek said of Laura Bishop's resignation.
Walz accused the senators, who have removed two of his commissioners before, of playing partisan games.
The "lid" over I-94 would reconnect Rondo, a predominantly Black neighborhood torn apart to build the highway.
Here are some of the things lawmakers agreed on.
He'd planned to end them on Aug. 1.
This comes as the legislature is set to vote this week on a watered-down public safety bill.
Rep. Carlos Mariani called the bill "a great disappointment."
The Senate GOP had threatened to withhold environmental funding unless the rule was scrapped.
The funding would help at-risk and low-income children learn to swim, as well as address lifeguard shortages.
If the Minnesota Legislature doesn't pass its budget bills by June 30, the government will shutdown on July 1.
It would replace the governor's executive order that has been in place during the pandemic.