Tempers flare as session clock ticks
ST. PAUL -- Republicans say Gov. Mark Dayton's veto Friday of their tax-relief bill threatens cooperation in the few remaining days of the Minnesota legislative session.
"You do not move Minnesota forward with a red veto pen," Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem, R-Rochester, said, waving a red-capped Sharpie. "This is a slap in the face to Minnesotans."
He said he believed the tax plan likely was the best jobs bill of the session.
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