Sen. Hann and Rep. Daudt discussed the outlook for minimum wage, the state surplus, education and MNsure with the ECM Editorial Board Feb. 14.
GOP and DFL leaders of the Minnesota House and Senate Feb. 19 answered questions from the press about the legislative …
A so-called Ban the Box law and a series of other new state laws went into effect on Jan. 1.
The MnSCU Board of Trustees in November approved a strategic plan whose draft drew fire, but the final version accolades, from the trustees. The Inter Faculty Organization still has its concerns, however.
Sen. Chris Eaton, before she was serving in the Legislature, was at home the day the two squads pulled up to the house.
Telltale signs of drug abuse include changes in personality, appearance, friends and school grades.
The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board Tuesday, Dec. 17, fined the Minnesota DFL Senate Caucus $100,000 for wrongfully working with 13 of its candidates in the 2012 election.
Sen. Karin Housley is thinking about it. She will make the decision by early next year, she said, whether she intends to run for governor.
Former House Minority Leader Marty Seifert is brimming with confidence after entering the gubernatorial race on the Republican side.
A Brooklyn Center lawmaker is looking to give heroin overdose victims a shot at life, a second chance arriving too late to save her daughter.
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