The Daily Digest: e-cigs, Honour, student loans

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A conference committee has agreed to a partial ban on e-cigarettes. (MPR News)

House and Senate lawmakers are poised to try to work out differences over a medical marijuana bill. (MPR News)

An outside spending group run an ad supporting GOP gubernatorial hopeful Scott Honour later this week. The group running the ad is funded in part by Honour's former employer. (AP via Star Tribune)

The governor signed a bill that gives some nurses more authority to practice medicine. (MPR News)

The state will soon require background checks for caregivers. (Star Tribune)

The Senate passed an education policy bill. (Pioneer Press)


Sen. Al Franken is co-sponsoring a bill that would allow borrowers to refinance student loans. (MPR News)

Unfinished guns are widely available and pose a problem for law enforcement. (The Washington Post)

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