There are just a couple of weeks left in the current legislative session and we have seen a lot get done. However, there is still more... a lot more to be done. We've been talking about the possibility of a special session for a while now and it's looking like more and more lawmakers are thinking the same thing. Here is the latest from the Star Telegram:

Key lawmakers acknowledged the growing possibility of a midsummer special session Monday as the House and Senate remained at odds over education funding, even as budget negotiators signed off on the lion's share of a two-year state spending plan.

With two weeks left in their 140-day regular session, key lawmakers are scrambling to break an impasse over a school finance bill and close the gap between the House and Senate on how to much to spend on public schools and universities. Also urgently awaiting action is a must-pass "nontax" revenue measure.

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