It is a busy, busy time in legislative offices these days.
Some legislators and employees are packing up to leave after election losses or voluntary retirements. New folks are moving in. All remaining incumbents are shifting offices as House and Senate majorities change from Republican to Democrat.
"A new, fact-based legislative auditor's report is exactly what's needed to reboot Minnesota's long, unproductive debate over its controversial sex offender treatment program," the Star-Tribune's editorial board writes.
Star Tribune (Minneapolis) / MCT
, March 19, 2011
The rally is scheduled for noon Tuesday in the state Capitol Rotunda. Gov. Mark Dayton, U.S Rep. Keith Ellison, state Sen. David Senjem and university President Robert Bruininks are also scheduled to attend.
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