The Minnesota Legislature managed to pass laws relating to wage theft, marital rape and opioids.
But can they actually get everything done in that short of a time?
Here's an overview of what got done, and everything left to do.
One DFL lawmaker called it 'deeply disappointing.'
The GOP wants the DFL to reduce tax demands, the DFL wants the GOP to increase spending.
This sets up a showdown with the House and Gov. Tim Walz.
The House passed a public safety that included expanded background checks.
The new governor emphasized cooperation and compromise.
House DFLers are pointing the finger at Senate Republicans.
The Senate passed a bill requiring hands-free cellphone use.
The Minnesota House passed the proposal Monday.
The Minnesota House of Representatives has yet to vote on a similar bill.
There was a huge crowd in attendance, many of whom wanted to speak.
The new House leader says the DFL will be proposing 2 gun safety bills.
It follows the resignation of Michelle Fischbach – now the Lieutenant Governor.
The bill features up to $1.43 billion in borrowing for construction projects.
The legislative session came to an end – here's how things stand.
Opponents of the bill argued that it violates freedom of speech.
Governor Mark Dayton is pleading lawmakers to pass a school safety bill.
The Central Montessori School has been beset by funding cuts.
We're hurtling towards the Monday deadline with no agreement on two hugely important bills.