New taxes and the legalization of same-sex marriage were hallmarks of a legislative session in which DFLers wielded more power than they’ve had in a generation.
The House on Thursday signed off on a bill that’s intended to give young people a better shot at building decent lives after they end up in court.
In a 126-5 vote on Wednesday, the House passed a bill that would tweak laws related to campaign finance.
With a week left until the Legislature is due to adjourn, Senate and House members are starting to hammer out the differences in their funding plans for Minnesota’s public colleges and universities.
The House on Monday passed anti-bullying legislation that supporters say will put the state on the vanguard of a nationwide movement to make schools welcoming for all students.
A new law that takes effect on Aug. 1, 2013, will create a way for some teenagers to reunite with parents whose rights had been terminated.