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On Saturday, June 20, both the House and Senate adjourned the special session sine die, unable to come to agreement on major issues.
U of M Morris faculty who have earned terminal degrees in their fields.
Number of international students studying at the U of M in 2015-16.
New high school graduates attending the U of M Crookston who are first-generation college students.
The Minnesota Legislature adjourned the 2020 regular session last night sine die. Despite a flurry of negotiations over the final weekend, legislators were unable to reach agreement on major issues like capital investment and taxes.
We have entered the final stretch of the state legislative regular session. Only 13 days remain until adjournment. Although we expect multiple special sessions throughout summer and fall, lawmakers will complete the majority of this year’s work before May 18.
The Minnesota State Legislature has adjourned until Tuesday, April 14. During this extended recess the legislature will continue working by alternative means, but there will be no standing committee meetings or floor sessions. Legislators will meet on an on-call basis for emergency response and preparedness for COVID-19.