Star Tribune | April 9, 2014
ST. PAUL, Minn. — An anti-bullying law that replaces one some found too weak is now in place.
Gov. Mark Dayton used an outdoor ceremony Wednesday to sign a bill toughening Minnesota's stand against bullying. The bill passed overnight after a protracted House debate. [Read More]
Winona Post | April 7, 2014
Winona State University leaders were pleased that funding for the first $5.9 million phase of the estimated $22.8 million construction and renovation project was included in Governor Mark Dayton's bonding proposal earlier this year. [Read More]
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Worthington Daily Globe | April 4, 2014
WORTHINGTON — Two weeks ago, it appeared the Lewis & Clark Regional Water project may not be included in this year’s bonding bill at all.
Now, Gov. Mark Dayton told Worthington Mayor Alan Oberloh he would be supportive of including the entire $69 million to complete the project in Minnesota. [Read More]
KAAL 6 News Rochester | April 9, 2014
(ABC 6 News) -- A bill aimed at better protecting students from bullying at school is now law in Minnesota. Governor Mark Dayton signed the legislation this afternoon following its passage in the house.
The Safe and Supportive Schools Act requires all schools to develop a comprehensive anti-bullying policy. Schools must also investigate all allegations in a timely manner and train staff on prevention. [Read More]