The biggest question for Gov. Tim Walz and legislative budget writers is whether Congress will more help to the states, and if so, how much.
WASHINGTON — State budget officials said Wednesday they’re still trying to assess the damage a federal government shutdown might have on Minnesota.
By the end of April, he must appoint six members to the board, which will oversee Minnesota’s online marketplace for health insurance.
The governor’s key commissioners are crafting tax and spending reforms they hope will be built to last.