Dayton signs first budget bill
ST. PAUL -- Agriculture led the way in Minnesota's budget debate.
Gov. Mark Dayton today signed a bill spending $77 million on agriculture programs for the next two years making some cuts while increasing funding for programs such as food inspections.
Democrat Dayton and Republican legislative leaders cited the ag bill as what can be done if they work together.
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