Fireworks bill goes down in flames; fishing fee increase moves on
Minnesotans will not be able to legally buy and use more powerful fireworks.
Governor Mark Dayton vetoed the bill Saturday night, saying it was "probably the toughest decision I have had to make."
In a letter to legislators, he said that while most Minnesotans are responsible, "some are not."
"It is the government's foremost responsibility to protect the safety and well-being of its citizens," Dayton wrote.
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