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JEREMY MILLER

Legislative leaders on Thursday morning told MinnPost that they'd reached a tentative deal on the two big issues and planned to bring the plan to the floor in each chamber later in the day.
The comment on Tuesday could forge a new path for $250 million in hero pay and drought relief that had been stuck at the Capitol.
A month after a deadline to reach a deal on hero pay for front-line workers, discussions continued but policymakers seemed skeptical about the prospects of a special session.
Lawmakers and commissioners were nearing a deal on how to appropriate $250 million to front-line workers ahead of a possible special session, a top Senate leader said Thursday, Sept. 9.

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The former Senate president was elected Sept. 8 to lead the caucus after former Majority Leader Paul Gazelka stepped down to pursue a bid for governor.

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