Minnesota lawmakers head off for Easter-Passover break with some 7,000 bills left to debate; Internet gets a boost
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota lawmakers begin a week-long Passover-Easter break Monday with nearly 7,000 bills left to debate.
If legislators were to consider every bill that has been introduced in the current two-year session, they would take 233 votes every weekday until they adjourn in May.
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