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May 19 - Chaotic End To The 2024 Legislative Session - Sine Die

The quadriga and chandelier shine with only a few hours left in the 2024 Legislative Session.

Speaker Melissa Hortman, right, and House Majority Leader Jamie Long, left, discuss a point in Mason’s Manual prior to the start of the House’s floor session on the last day of the 2024 Legislative Session.

The House of Representatives meet on the last day of the 2024 Legislative Session.

Speaker Melissa Hortman smiles as Chief Clerk Patrick Duffy Murphy looks for another amendment to present to the members.

Rep. Anne Nue Brinkley, left, confers with Rep. Isaac Schultz, right, as the House begins its floor session on the last day of the session.

Rep. Hodan Hassan presents a bill that would increase pay and benefits for rideshare drivers.

House Chief Clerk Patrick Duffy Murphy catches up on moving paperwork around on his chamber desk during a recess.

The Transportation Conference Committee meets to amend a bill that would increase pay and benefits for rideshare workers in the committee report.

Rep. Frank Hornstein, left, and Sen. Scott Dibble, right, co-chair of the Transportation Conference Committee confer during the committee’s hearing before amending and passing their committee report.

Rep. Samakab Hissein, center, hugs Rep. Frank Hornstein, left, and Sen. Scott Dibble, right, the co-chairs of the Transportation Conference Committee after the committee amended the conference report to include pay raise and benefits for rideshare workers.

Senate Majority Leader Erin Murphy holds a press briefing in a hall just off the Senate Chamber.

A group of bipartisan legislators, from left, Republican Sen. Jeremy Miller, Democrat Rep. Zack Stephenson, Democrat Rep. Brad Tarke and Republican Rep. Pat Garofalo authors of a sport betting bill talk on the second floor of the rotunda.

The Senate in session on the last day of the 2024 Legislative Session.

Senate Taxes chair, Ann Rest, confers with Senate Majority Leader Erin Murphy during their floor session on the last day of the session.

Sen. Scott Dibble presents the Transportation Conference Committee report that includes provisions for rideshare drivers.

Several Senate members go through Mason’s Manual to find points for objections to the Transportation Conference Committee report. Members include, from left, Sen. Eric Lucero, Sen. Paul Utke and Sen. Glenn Gruenhagen.

President of the Senate Bobby Joe Champion, reads a section of Mason’s Manual while making a ruling on a motion from one of the Senate members.

Rideshare drivers in the Senate gallery watch a monitor during the debate on the Transportation Conference Committee report.

Sen. Omar Fateh explains the portion of the Transportation Conference Committee report that pertains to a pay raise and benefits for rideshare drivers.

The House of Representatives erupts in choas in the final minutes of the 2024 Legislative Session.

Rep. Harry Niska, bottom, and Rep. Ben Davis yell as the House breaks into chaos with just minutes left to the end of the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

Rep. Waller Hudson screams as the House breaks into chaos at the end of the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

House Democrat members leave the chamber after adjourning the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

House Republican members leave the chamber to hold a press briefing to spin their ending of the 2024 Legislative Session after it was adjorned sine die.

House Republican members leave the chamber to hold a press briefing to spin their ending of the 2024 Legislative Session after it was adjorned sine die.

House Minority Leader Lisa Demuth, right, and the Rebublican caucus hold a press briefing to spin their ending of the 2024 Legislative Session after it was adjorned sine die.

Sen. Julie Coleman, left and Karin Housley, right, yell as the Senate breaks into chaos with just minutes left to the end of the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

Sen. Minority Leader Mark Johnson, right, and Sen, John Jasinski, left, yell as the Senate breaks into chaos with just minutes left to the end of the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

After most of the Republican members walked out, the Senate prepares to adjourn the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

A MULDA member is thrown into the air outside the Senate Chamber after the Senate passed the Transportation Confernece Committee report that included payraises and benefits to rideshare drivers.

Sen. Steve Cwodzinski, with briefcase in hand, makes a last stop in the rotunda to look up at the lit chandelier before heading home after the Senate adjourned the 2024 Legislative Session sine die.

The chandelier lights the interior dome on the last day of the 2024 Legislative Session. The Capitol building has three domes. The ornate interior dome, a frost dome that can not be seen and the ornate exterior dome.
































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