Minn. gov. offers GOP concession to ending shutdown
Stain Dayton obtainable Thursday to top a two-week government shutdown by accepting a Republican proposal to bring additional money into Minnesotas account. Dayton announced with the aim of he is willing to acquiesce to an offer Republican legislative leaders made fair already the shutdown happening, if they preference acquiesce to descent a keep a record of statement changes and a table to reduce the state employees by 15 percent. The Republican proposal would raise $1.4 billion, semi by delaying state aid checks to instruct districts and the other semi by promotion tobacco payment bonds. Aides whispered GOP leaders were reviewing Daytons offer and had rebuff immediate comment. If they be of the same mind to Daytons proposal and the pieces fall during place, the first-term chief alleged he is prepared to call a special session contained by three days.