Minnesota lawmakers began a special session on Friday. Senate Agriculture, Rural Development and Housing Policy Committee Chair Mark Johnson said the focus of the session has shifted from bread and butter items to the bonding bill and police reform. “There’s a little limbo about what will be accomplished,” said Johnson. “I hope we can do some meaningful work.” The special session is likely to last a few days.
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