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House Speaker Kurt Zellers, left, and Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem walk into the governor's office Thursday for a meeting about issues that need to be resolved before the 2010 legisaltive session ends. DON DAVIS |CAPITOL BUREAU

Tax, bonding, stadium are the big three issues

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ST. PAUL -- Monday will be the end of the 2012 Minnesota legislative session. Or not.

Three major issues are hanging fire as lawmakers look to leave for the year: tax changes, public works projects and a Vikings stadium. Otherwise, the House and Senate have wrapped up most of their work.

"We are continuing to run out of bills for the floor," Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem, R-Rochester, told colleagues Thursday. "We will continue to look."

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