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State leaders reach no decision on special legislative disaster session

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ST. PAUL - State leaders reached no decision Monday about scheduling a special legislative session to pass a disaster-relief bill, leaving unsettled whether that bill can be approved as expected on Friday.


"They are still working," said Bob Hume, a spokesman for Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton.

Hume and Republican House spokeswoman Jodi Boyne said they knew of no specific problems and the goal still was to hold the session Friday.

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