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2." he [email protected] Trump will have to fight to get higher military spending through Congress." seeking to clarify a recent tweet in which he said some in the U.When arriving on sceneNo other information about the woman’s condition or identity are being released at this time.The Dayton plan would spend almost $46 billion in the two years beginning July 1 That 96 percent boost is too much for Republicans but GOP leaders said they have not had time to dissect the Dayton proposal"Minnesota is doing better much better than it was before" Dayton said "But too many Minnesotans are still being left behind We can and must do better"The Democratic governor said his funding priorities are education transportation and human services areas such as health care insuranceThe budget like his State of the State speech written for Monday night emphasized familiar issues he has held dear since he assumed the office in 2011 This two-year budget is his last chance to get funding for programs before he leaves office in early 2019Education always has been a top Dayton priority"When I took office in 2011 I promised to increase Minnesota’s investments in E-12 education every year I was governor with no excuses no exceptions" Dayton said in his State of the State speech to lawmakers "With your support we have kept that promise and I’m not going to abandon it now"On Tuesday he proposed adding money for initiatives such as increasing per-pupil spending in public school districts 2 percent each of the next two years costing nearly $311 million He also called for adding $75 million for allowing more voluntary pre-kindergarten programs"We cannot expect our schools to be successful or our economy to flourish if we fail our kids before they even enter their classrooms." he said Monday night "The best way to close the achievement gap is to stop it before it begins"On Tuesday he said that 160 Minnesota school districts failed to get money lawmakers earlier approved for pre-kindergarten classes but it had run outHis second priority is transportation including transit programs around the stateThe latest estimates are that the state needs $18 billion over the next 20 years to bring roads and bridges up to standards"We must provide enough additional revenues dedicated to transportation to make the improvements urgently needed over the next decade" Dayton said Dayton continued to push a higher gasoline tax even though Republicans strongly oppose it He said a dime a gallon increase would cost an average Minnesotan $75 a year which he said would not be objectionableBut with a surplus topping $1 billion GOP leaders said a new tax is not needed"The most troubling thing in this budget . is tax increases" House Speaker Kurt Daudt R-Crown saidThe Republican-controlled Legislature did not get an advance look at the budget so its leaders had little specific reactionNow that Dayton has released his proposal House and Senate committees will look at parts of the overall budget At some point legislative leaders will set spending limits for each area such as transportation education higher education etcIn late February or early March state officials will release an economic report with updated information which will provide information to Dayton to tweak his budget and set legislative budget committees on the path to passing their plans before the session must end in MayFunding broadband high-speed internet expansion mostly in greater Minnesota has been a hard sell in some past sessions But Daudt said that with so many of his members from rural areas it is possible they may consider Dayton’s proposal is to spend $60 million over two yearsDayton said that broadband is a life-and-death issue for small rural communitiesThe governor’s spending plan would add $318 million to higher education While he said he would like the two state higher education systems to keep tuition as close to static as possible he does not plan to demand a tuition freezeHis proposal would boost state college student grants by $62 million which the administration says would increase financial aid for 82400 students and give 6400 more students the grants61 in 100 prelims #Rio2016 pic. According to the Head, “Representatives of organized labour.

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