Is Minnesota heading in the right direction?

Dayton signs minimum wage law
Dayton signs minimum wage increase into law. Tom Scheck / MPR News

Governor Mark Dayton will deliver the annual State of the State address tonight at 7 p.m.

"The governor and the DFL-controlled Legislature have worked hard over the past two years to pass legislation that resonates with Democratic voters," writes MPR News reporter Tom Scheck.

The minimum wage increase, legalizing same-sex marriage and raising income taxes on the top 2 percent of filers are just a few examples.

They also passed measures popular with independent voters. After raising $2.1 billion in taxes last year, Dayton is now touting $443 million in tax cuts passed this year. Funding for all-day kindergarten and increasing school spending are also major talking points.

Today's Question: Is Minnesota heading in the right direction?

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