Capitol roundup: Gov. Dayton holding firm on threat to veto education bill

Gov. Mark Dayton remains firm on his threat to veto the Omnibus Education Bill if legislative leaders don’t adequately fund public education, especially his universal preschool plan.

Please click on the links below for some related stories.

Pioneer Press: Education deal in hand, as Mark Dayton’s veto threat looms

Session Daily: Agreement reached to increase K-12, early ed spending by $400 million

MPR: Dayton, leaders digging in on education

Star Tribune: Gov. Dayton threatens to veto budget over early education

KARE: Dayton vows to veto school bill over preschool issue

MinnPost: Dayton promises to veto budget if passed without universal preschool

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