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Chamber pitches ‘business-friendly’ agenda

Chamber pitches ‘business-friendly’ agenda

Minnesota Chamber of Commerce lobbyists plan to push for a lesser tax burden on individuals and corporations, and will advocate for the using at least some of the projected $1 billion budget surplus to alleviate transportation shortfalls.

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Alleged child care fraud biggest in state history

Alleged child care fraud biggest in state history

A husband and wife from Fridley allegedly bilked the state of more than $4 million as part of a complex scheme in which they recruited aid-eligible parents to enroll their children in day care, created no show jobs for the parents to satisfy work requirements and submitted false records to the Department of Human Services.

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Metro counties line up for state bonding to help fund transportation and transit

Metro counties line up for state bonding to help fund transportation and transit

The upcoming legislative session is not supposed to be a bonding year at the state Legislature, but communities across the Twin Cities will seek state support for regional transit, road and rail projects.

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Planning the future of school

Planning the future of school

Seemingly perennial discussions on teacher assessments, student testing, charter schools and tenure are expected to dominate the talk in 2015, though legislators also acknowledge that policy debates during the session would be curtailed by the concurrent need to pass an education omnibus budget.

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