The Democratic front-runner is in town, along with presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley and others, to address a party meeting.
Some Democrats say she hasn’t treated the issue seriously enough.
New advisory committee, fish hatchery and cormorant control are all on the table.
During an MPR interview in front a live audience, Dayton reiterated his support for middle class tax cuts, a big boost in transportation funding and universal prekindergarten during next year's legislative session, all priorities he was unable to achieve in the 2015 session.
Gov. Mark Dayton has a reputation for speaking his mind, at times to his own political detriment. He spoke freely again at a State Fair visit Thursday.