Here we are at the Capitol on a Saturday afternoon with not a whole lot going on. I think Peter Callaghan summed it up best in today's edition of MinnPost, where he points out that the final results of this session may end up being rather meager, especially when it comes to the larger issues relating to taxes and the budget. We are closing in on the point where there will be a smidgen over 30 hours before the curtain will come down on the 2018 legislative session.
Here is a link to that story: As Legislature enters final days, one policy option seems more likely: Doing nothing
Another angle comes from Chris Magan of the St. Paul Pioneer Press that outlines the obstacles (117 on the Governor's list) to a smooth ending to the session. Here's a link to that story: Gov. Mark Dayton: Lawmakers have 117 paths to failure, can they work them out?
So, what will it be? Will we get
Or will it be