Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has sent off a federal disaster request detailing more than $100-million in flood damage and says he expects to call state lawmakers into special session in July or August. Dayton says he hopes to hear back on the disaster request within two weeks. It aims to unlock federal money to help local governments fix roads, schools and other public assets after intense rains soaked northeastern Minnesota and some communities in southern Minnesota. The governor says there is “no question” a special session would be needed to approve state matching money for a quarter of the cost of repairs. He says has been in talks with legislative leaders about a session to be held in about a month.