Minnesota's proposed budget is now in Gov. Mark Dayton's hands.

Minnesota's proposed budget is now in Gov. Mark Dayton's hands.

Lawmakers made a frenzied dash to a session finish Monday with the chances high they'll be called back to redo some budget portions. An education bill is the most likely veto target because Dayton argued it shortchanged his initiative for new pre-kindergarten programs. But there could be others.

The governor will have a few days to make up his mind after getting budget bills, which will start arriving Tuesday.

From there, he'll likely enter negotiations with the Republican House majority about a new education plan that meets his wishes for preschool. The GOP resisted his original proposal.

It's not clear where a special session might occur because the Capitol will be closed for substantial repairs for the next 10 months.