Republicans send Dayton school payment plan
ST. PAUL -- A Republican plan to begin repaying school districts for payments the state has delayed heads to hostile territory in Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton's office.
The Minnesota House and Senate Monday approved a proposal to repay schools $430 million. However, that would leave about $2 billion yet to pay.
Money would come from reserves that just now are being built up after a budget deficit drained them.
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