Unbound, Unhinged, and Unprofessional, Dayton Threatens Government Shutdown Over Bipartisan Agreement
On Sunday, Dayton vowed to veto a $400 million K-12 education spending increase resulting in total spending of $17 billion, which was agreed to by both parties..
His stated reason?
The K-12 education bill doesn’t include universal prekindergarten funding.
His real reason?
The unions have not received any political paybacks this session and universal prekindergarten is the last option.