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D-Minn. hosted the ceremony along with House Speaker John Boehner R-OhioAlthough Tuesday morning was rainy in Washington Klobuchar was still excited for the events that evening she said in an interviewAaron Urban a 10-year-old boy fighting brain cancer who wished for a special Christmas flipped the switch that lights the tree as part of his Make-A-Wish Foundation grant"It’s going to a special day for him and a special day for our state" Klobuchar said earlier TuesdayKlobuchar said the best part of being involved with the series of public events surrounding the tree was seeing so many Minnesotans come out to attend them The tree-cutting event in October was particularly impressive she said"For me the most amazing moment was being up there in northern Minnesota and seeing everyone from the town (Cass Lake) and from the tribe and all the kids there just the pride we have in our beautiful treasures" she saidIn addition to politicians and Washington residents attending Tuesday’s ceremony a large delegation from Cass Lake and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe were also on hand for the event The group plans to hold a drum and dance ceremony in front of the tree later this week according to a release from Klobuchar’s officeStaffers from Boehner’s office told Klobuchar they were surprised at how many Minnesotans were planning to attend the festivities in Washington"I said ‘What do you expect’" Klobuchar said "We’re just very proud of our forests and we’re also proud of the people that work in our forests"The tree is decorated with thousands of ornaments handcrafted by people from across Minnesota and the state also provided companion trees that are placed in federal offices around Washington DCThe tree will be lit every night at dusk until 11 pm through Jan 1"This tree will light up children’s eyes and make all of the busy people who work in the Capitol stop — even just for a moment — and look up in wonder" Klobuchar said in her remarks at the tree-lighting ceremony "That is the magic of Christmas and Minnesota is making it happen This tree is a fitting representation of the natural beauty hard work talent and sense of community that make our state so special"The legislation HB 1008 would have restricted use of bathrooms locker rooms and shower rooms in public schools to students of the same biological sexStudents who didn’t want to use the facilities for their biological sex could have asked for a separate accommodation in another part of the schoolThe tally was 36 ayes to override the veto and 29 to support the veto A two-thirds majority of 47 ayes was needed for an overrideThe House originally approved the legislation 58-10 on Jan 27 The Senate passed it 20-15 on Feb 16 But the bill wasn’t delivered to the governor until Feb 23Daugaard used the full five business days allowed by the state constitution and vetoed it Tuesday afternoonWhen the House considered the veto Thursday afternoon Rep Fred Deutsch R-Florence asked that his legislation be allowed to die "a dignified death""If there was any possible way to pass this in the Senate I’d be all over it" Deutsch saidHe would have needed 24 ayes to override in the SenateDespite Deutsch’s pledge to work on a stronger version of the bill to bring back for the 2017 legislative session several House members called for the override and then see what the Senate might doSeveral of the bill’s supporters in the House seemed to turn on DeutschThe credibility of legislators and the House as a body was on the line said Rep Thomas Brunner R-Nisland"You ride that horse to the end of the race" Brunner saidBrunner further argued that the governor was on board with the bill at the start "We didn’t change he changed" Brunner saidThen Brunner asked what was the point of switching from an aye to a nay"I don’t know if I’m going to support it next time if this is how it ends" Brunner saidRep Karen Soli D-Sioux Falls called for support of the veto "We do not need legislation about how transgender children use the bathroom" she saidSoli said she understood the bill’s supporters had good intentions about protecting children She recalled what her parents taught her about how she treated her younger brother when they were children"If he said I hurt him then I did And I was the one who had to stop hurting him and apologize" Soli saidThe legislation’s passage set off national criticism of South Dakota and prompted transgender people to spend a day at the Capitol visiting legislators Rep Mike Verchio R-Hill City agreed with Brunner that the House should override the veto as a matter of integrity and send it to the Senate"Like the representative said miracles happen" Vechio saidAmong other representatives speaking in favor of the override was Rep Steven Haugaard R-Sioux Falls He showed Daugaard no favor saying the governor supported the legislation before vetoing it"Do what you did the first time We’re the adults in the room" Haugaard urgedA lawyer who works in the criminal justice system Haugaard said many students confused about their gender attempt suicide"It seems like a virus has broken out" Haugaard said about what he said is a higher frequency of transgender youths in the past 20 yearsSome of the legislators’ comments drew a rebuke from Rep Kristin Conzet R-Rapid City "Please don’t let anyone shame you into a vote" Conzet saidRep Jim Stalzer R-Sioux Falls said the legislation was a response to President Obama’s administration which Stalzer said had "overreached" on its interpretation of Title IX federal law regarding the use of personal facilities in public schools"It makes a reasonable protection and yet it protects the boys and girls who don’t want the opposite sex in the bathroom locker room or shower" Stalzer saidEighteen House members changed from ayes on the legislation originally to nays on the veto overrideThey were Deutsch Dan Dryden of Rapid City; Mary Duvall of Pierre; Jean Hunhoff of Yankton; Alex Jensen of Sioux Falls; G Mark Mickelson of Sioux Falls; Jeff Partridge of Rapid City; Kent Peterson of Salem; Nancy Rasmussen of Hurley; Fred Romkema of Spearfish; Kyle Schoenfish of Scotland; Jacqueline Sly of Rapid City; Roger Solum of Watertown; Mike Stevens of Yankton; Steve Westra of Sioux Falls; Dean Wink of Howes; Mathew Wollmann of Madison; and Larry Zikmund of Sioux FallsDemocrat Dennis Feickert of Aberdeen voted for the override Thursday after he was absent for the original vote Jan 27 Five legislators were absent for the override vote Four of them were ayes on the bill originally; the fifth was absent for the original voteOne of the earliest ice-outs on record occurred just a few years ago, who also had some other injuries, “Unity Forum” to burn down the state secretariat of the party in their desperate bid to scuttle Saturday’s local government election and party congresses. 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