It's been two weeks since Minnesota's government shut down parks, mothballed road construction and prevented 22,000 workers from getting their paychecks. Miller-Coors says it will have to remove all its beer and liquor from Minnesota because state licenses haven't been processed. Democratic Governor Mark Dayton and a legislature controlled by Republicans have different ideas about how to erase a projected $5 billion deficit. Now Dayton wants to make a deal, as we hear from Molly Pederson, Public Affairs Director at Conservation Minnesota.
Governor Moves to End Government Shutdown in Minnesota
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