Governor Dayton vetoed the lines drawn for Minnesota's new legislative districts passed by Republicans in the Legislature, according to a story in the Associated Press today. It means that the courts will decide how districts ultimately are drawn. This has been the case for the last several decades.
You can find the vetoed plan for congressional districts listed by clicking here, or for the state legislative districts by clicking here.
The new districts would have been an inconvenience for some legislators and many candidates. Former state Sen. Tarryl Clark, for example, just purchased a home in Duluth in order to run against U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack. The new district would have made her retain her old residence in St. Cloud in order to run that race.
Nonetheless, the plan didn't seem to affect either party too harshly. We shall see what the lines look like after they have been drawn by the court.