With the fate of the bonding bill still unsettled, political tensions between Gov. Walz and Republican legislators have led to a great deal of uncertainty about what September will bring at the Legislature. In fact, although Gov. Walz has called a special session each month since June coinciding with the . . .
This week, the CGMC joined a wide-ranging coalition of unions, engineers, architects, environmental groups, local government groups, faith groups, transportation groups, contractors and others in signing onto a letter calling on the Governor and legislative leaders to put their differences aside and pass a significant bonding bill. The more . . .
The Minnesota Legislature’s third special session began and ended on Wednesday, but still managed to pack in some fireworks that will have lasting impacts on the already shaky relationship between Gov. Walz and Republican legislators. In a surprise that Senate DFL leaders called an “ambush” and Gov. Walz called “a . . .
As our communities and state continue to grapple with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever that our lawmakers come together to pass a large bonding bill. One important way that your city can help nudge lawmakers in that direction is by passing a resolution . . .
When the Legislature failed — again — to pass a bonding bill during the second special session that ended earlier this week, it significantly jeopardized the chances of passing a bonding bill in 2020. The CGMC has learned that the state's pending August bond sale means that the Legislature . . .
The Legislature adjourned the second special session of 2020 early this morning without passing a bonding bill. Just last week there appeared to be a glimmer of hope that the Legislature might pass a bonding bill. On July 14, the House Ways and Means Committee advanced a $1.35 billion bill, . . .