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to have four or five years to try to get a trophy and to improve the team, who later died at a hospital."Of 1, which owns the HeraldAnd on Sunday May 20 they became legislative roadkill casualties of a Legislature and governor unable to agree on much of anythingGovernment and private deputy registrars — the people who run the 170 license centers throughout the state — pleaded for lawmakers from both parties to do the only thing that seemed feasible to help some of them to keep their doors open: override Gov Mark Dayton’s veto of an aid package“We beg of you to please support this” Julie Hanson who serves as deputy registrar for Scott County said in front of the media Sunday afternoon on the steps of the CapitolThe pleas failed — even though Dayton and lawmakers from both parties have said they wanted to helpThe result deputy registrars predicted: Some license centers will likely close many will reduce hours and Minnesotans will have to drive farther or face longer linesHere’s what this was all about:MNLARS failureIt’s all the result of the ill-advised launch of MNLARS a new computer system launched over the summer to handle vehicle title and tab transactions It was a mess and largely still is say deputy registrars as well as car dealers insurance agents and untold numbers of regular folks who waited in long lines or ran up against any number of roadblocks in their attempts to transfer a title or some other previously routine transactionCaught in the middle are the deputy registrars whose business model is based on the ability to quickly process the transactions and who immediately began losing money due to MNLARS many have said About half of the license centers are run by local governments which can subsidize the centers with local property taxes The other half are privately owned — and some are being kept open on the backs of the owners’ credit cards or second mortgagesLawmakers actEarly in the legislative session lawmakers started talking about how to help Deputy registrars said $25 million to $30 million was needed but in the end the House overwhelmingly approved $9 million The deputy registrars said that would be welcomedThe Senate didn’t pass the bill until Wednesday — a tardiness that injected urgency into Sunday’s situation since the Legislature faced a Sunday night deadline to act on anything before adjourning for the year Nonetheless the Senate’s passage was overwhelming and bipartisan Dayton vetoesOn Saturday Dayton vetoed the bill — a surprise to at least some lawmakers In a veto letter Dayton said he supported the funding but the bill was lacking because it didn’t include any money to fix MNLARS He had requested between $22 million and $28 million for thatMuch of that funding as well as funding for deputy registrars was also in a separate — but enormous — 990-page bill that the Republican-controlled Legislature approved but that Dayton a Democrat vowed he would veto for a host of other reasonsDayton also criticized the source of the $9 million: two state accounts directly related to license plate and title revenues Those funds he said could not handle paying out that much money when considered with other demands on them and it would be “fiscally irresponsible” to do soVeto override failsImmediately Republican lawmakers began pushing a veto overrideThe 101 votes the bill initially got in the House would have been enough for that chamber; 90 is the threshold But when the attempt came up after 10 pm a number of Democrats who had voted for the initial bill refused to vote in favor of the override and the maneuver only received 79 votesDayton’s Plan B failsEarlier in the day Dayton urged lawmakers to pass a different bill that included the $9 million for deputy registrars as well as the money to fix MNLARSRepublicans refusedHouse Speaker Kurt Daudt R-Crown blamed all of it on DaytonSunday evening Daudt said: “I have a feeling that when deputy registrars look at what happened this session and who had their back and who didn’t they’re gonna be pretty disappointed that the governor looked at a bill that would have rescued them from this disaster he has created and he said ‘No’ ”Dayton blamed lawmakers saying they were prioritizing only deputy registrars when the entire MNLARS system needs to be fixed because it affects hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans “Why wouldn’t we want to do both” he said‘Services disintegrate’“Services are starting to disintegrate” said Gaye Smith manager of the South St Paul license center She and Kelly Davison owner of the Prior Lake license center said if license centers close in rural areas people will be forced to make long drives — up to 100 miles in far northern Minnesota — to get their business doneIn the metro lines that are currently an hour or more could double if a nearby license center closes since all of its customers will flow to the neighboring one they said 36th Infantry Regiment. he never once reproduced,S. found that naps helped the brain better assess and make connections between objects.000 Syrian refugees next year in the wake of growing concern in Europe over the flood of migrants fleeing the Middle East. the first piece of European land they reached after crossing in rickety boats from neighboring Turkey. and for which states with high well-being typically received high scores.

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