CHICAGO – Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced a supplemental budget that would add about $150 million in new spending – including $100 million for early childhood education -- to his proposed $46 billion two-year budget.

The supplemental spending plan would spend the additional revenue that was added to the state's projected surplus over the next two-and-half years based on the state's February revenue estimates. A $1.65 billion surplus is now expected.

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