More politics as usual

By Chuck Kajer

The new legislative session begins next week. For the first time since the 1990s, the Minnesota House will be in the hands of the DFL Party. As usual, both sides of the aisle are talking about cooperating and working together to get things done in a bipartisan manner.

Don't count on it. We've heard the same things every two years for decades, yet each year, the end of the session comes (sometimes with a special session) and the legislative session takes on the demeanor of a bunch of misbehaving elementary school students in a classroom.

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