House GOP wants new money for roads, bridges, tax cuts


Minnesota House Republicans released an updated budget Thursday that would keep state spending at current levels so they can use a projected $900 million surplus on tax cuts and roads and bridges.

But the wide gulf between Republicans and DFL Gov. Mark Dayton and the DFL-controlled Senate on spending for infrastructure, curbing racial disparities and expanding rural broadband access makes political stalemate a possibility in a year when the Legislature can keep the machinery of state government moving without taking any action whatsoever.


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