Pioneer Editorial: Dayton asks cooperation, not gridlock
It was a somber former U.S. Sen. Mark Dayton who took to the podium on Wednesday afternoon to make his first remarks as governor-elect of Minnesota. That's because he knows the challenge ahead in trying to solve a $6.2 billion budget gap for the next biennium, working with a Republican Legislature committed to taking the option of raising revenues off the table of options.
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