Federal judge's order to change Minnesota sex offender program isn't producing legislative results
ST. PAUL – A federal judge’s pressure on Minnesota officials to change how the state deals with sex offenders does not appear to be producing results.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Thursday that he does not expect this year’s Legislature to act on the situation, and legislative leaders Friday showed no indication the governor is wrong.
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