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Minnesota State Government Shutdown 2005

Resources in this category:
   Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order Granting Motion for Temporary Funding in: In re Termporary Funding of Core Functions of The Executive Branch of the State of Minnesota, Ramsey County District Court, June 23, 2005 by Johnson, Gregg (June 23, 2005) (Minnesota State Legislative Library)
Yes, it came to this in Minnesota in 2005. More shutdown documents are found at http://archive.leg.state.mn.us/docs/2005/other/050414/59 pages.
   Minnesota Temporary Funding of Core Functions Case (June 23, 2005) (Minnesota Second Judicial District)
Includes:
  • Petition by Attorney General Mike Hatch, June 16, 2005,
  • Petition by Governor Tim Pawlenty, June 16, 2005, and
  • Order by Judge Gregg Johnson, June 23, 2005.
   Press Release re: Temporary Funding of Core Functions (Minnesota Office of the Attorney General)
"Attorney General Hatch files "Petition" and other legal documents with Ramsey County District Court asking the court to order the provision and payment of essential services in case of a government shutdown. The Attorney General's Office also filed with the court and served approximately 500 governmental entities with an "Order to Show Cause" which invites each entity to submit what they believe are essential services.

Documents filed:

  • Letter regarding change in scheduled hearing date
  • Letter to Office of the Governor, Re: Temporary Funding of Core Functions of the Executive Branch of the State of Minnesota
  • Letter to Civil Division, Ramsey County Courthouse, Re: Temporary Funding of Core Functions of the Executive Branch of the State of Minnesota
  • Order To Show Cause
  • Petition
  • Petitioner's Memorandum in Support of Motion For Relief
  • Affidavit of Mike Hatch
  • Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order Granting Motion For Temporary Funding

See also:
  • Minnesota State Government Shutdown 2011
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