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Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka R-Nisswa said it was no longer possible to pass all remaining bills before midnight but "agreement is possible" between Gov Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders on what to include in the remaining billsRather than becoming tense and irritable over their failure to get their work done on time most legislators seemed resigned to the fact that they will have to return for a special session to finish the jobWith little to do lawmakers spent much of the day sitting in their offices or at their desks on the House and Senate floors waiting for bills to arrive so they could debate and voteWhile sitting at his desk in a nearly empty House chamber Rep Paul Thissen DFL-Minneapolis was asked how he was doing "Bored" he repliedOthers grumbled that they weren’t being told what was going on behind closed doors Only the governor and a handful of top legislative leaders were privy to the budget deliberationsBABY TALK IN THE HOUSEDuring a prolonged debate on a public safety bill Rep John Lesch DFL-St Paul phoned home and asked his baby sitter to bring Eleanor his 11-month-old daughter to the House chamberWhen Eleanor arrived Lesch put her on his shoulders grabbed her milk bottle in his hand and paraded her around the room introducing her to his colleaguesAsked why he brought her to the Capitol Lesch replied "I wanted to see her During this part of the session I don’t get to see her that much" Judging by the smiles and baby talk she generated around the room other lawmakers also were happy to see herBONDING BILL ALIVEWhile one House floor debate dragged on Republican Rep Dean Urdahl of Grove City chair of the bonding committee huddled at the back of the chamber with Rep Alice Hausman of St Paul the lead Democrat on that panel to discuss projects to include in a public works bill—if Dayton and legislative leaders give them permission to assemble one"We’re getting closer" to agreeing on what will be in the bill Urdahl said "We’re working around the edges But it still isn’t easy"Hausman said "If (Urdahl) and I could write the bill it would have been done a long time ago But we’re not the closers"She speculated that the governor and legislative leaders are delaying action on a popular bonding bill to use it for leverage to pass other billsSPECTACULAR VIEW RETURNSOne of the most popular spots for legislators lobbyists and staffers to hang out during down times was the Capitol loggia a long-closed covered balcony on the second floor where the House and Senate meetMinnesota’s extreme temperatures had caused cracks and corrosion on the loggia’s stone floor and marble railings But after a $400000 repair as part of the nearly complete Capitol renovation the Department of Administration opened the doors to the restored balcony overlooking the building’s south entranceLegislators lobbyists Capitol staffers and tourists flocked to the site for the fresh air and sunshinePUBLIC INSISTS ON BEING SEENEven though much of what happens in the final hours of the session happens behind closed doors demonstrators nonetheless strolled the halls with signs for their causes"Yes we can still make a difference" said Michael LaCoste a volunteer with the labor organization AFSCME Council 5 as he and Jolene Cotudio circled the Capitol rotunda outside the chambers of the House and Senate They held signs reading simply "AFSCME is Watching"WAITING ON A NUMBERWhile most other House and Senate budget negotiators were holding private talks outside the chambers House Taxes Committee Chair Greg Davids R-Preston stayed at his desk on the House floor and listened to a rambling public safety debateWhy wasn’t he off cutting a tax deal "We’re just waiting for our number" Davids said referring to the total amount that Dayton and the legislative leaders agree to provide for tax reliefWhen the tax negotiators get that number they can pull their bill together quickly he said But the tax-cut measure—the cherry on the cake for most legislators—will be one of the last bills to be put to a voteDavid Orrick and David Montgomery contributed to this articleThough the attack was linked with men of Boko Haram sect earlier but the mode of operation at the Potiskum Market in Yobe State was believed to be armed robbers 60 persons have been confirmed dead following attack by some suspected gunmen who set their houses and livestock ablaze They were said to have used explosive devices for the attack But the Police Command in the state claimed that only 34 persons were killed at the operation But a trader who survived the attacked Ardo Abdullahi narrated why the gunmen attacked them at the market that some suspected robbers stormed the market and forcefully collected money from them He said: “While we were in the market a group of armed robbers came in a Volkswagen Golf car opened fire and started extorting money from us (traders) Our people resisted and caught one of them The suspect was beaten and burnt to death by angry traders “I suspect that the remaining robbers escaped and came back around 6:00pm with explosive materials burnt down all the buildings cars and structures in the cattle market and shot at random on everyone in the market” The Secretary of the Cattle Traders Union Alhaji Maigari Lamido put the death toll at 60 when Yobe State Governor Ibrahim Gaidam visited the market to sympathise with the traders But Police Commissioner Moses Onariti said 34 people were killed; 29 hospitalised He said no arrest was made relating to the attack The Secretary of Nigerian Red Cross in the state Zabu Buba said his men took about 30 people to the hospital There were indications that the death toll may have exceeded the official figure as some of the dead were already being identified and buried by their relatives Such bodies were neither taken to the hospital nor were they recorded Lamido told the governor that 40 cows and 17 vehicles were burnt down by the assailants in the gun raid The governor also visited the Potiskum General Hospital where he directed that a special committee be set up to ascertain the extent of damage adding that the government would take over the payment of hospital bills of the victims He said families of the victims will be assisted based on the recommendation of the committee Potiskum a usually boisterous town was thrown into mourning following the attack A resident Adamu Sambo said all the entry and exit points in the town were blocked by security operatives and people sent home early before the 10pm curfew dateline Crowds of sympathisers trooped to the hospital in search of their loved ones The Emir of Fika and Chairman of the Yobe State Council of Chiefs Dr Muhammadu Abali Ibn Muhammadu Idrissa was at the hospital to sympathise with the relations of the victims The royal father was deeply moved when he saw the bodies in the mortuary He said he was sad over the “unfortunate” incident The Emir of Potiskum Alhaji Umaru Bubaram Ibn Wuriwa Bauya also visited the market and condemned the attack According to MONEY, that was mighty impressive." 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