So here we are at the end of session and Governor Dayton now has to decide what action to take on every bill presented to him. According to Minnesota's Constitution:
"Any bill passed during the last three days of a session may be presented to the governor during the three days following the day of final adjournment and becomes law if the governor signs and deposits it in the office of the secretary of state within 14 days after the adjournment of the legislature. Any bill passed during the last three days of the session which is not signed and deposited within 14 days after adjournment does not become a law."
You can find the list of bills presented to the Governor
along with any actions he may or may not take.