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In 2008, voters passed the Legacy Amendment to the state constitution, increasing taxes in exchange for cleaner water, better parks and outdoor habitats, and a stronger cultural sector. It turns out we may not be getting our money’s worth.
by Dave Beal and Sarah Lutman
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How about a game of Angry Birds to keep you satiated while waiting for an order of wings? Buffalo Wilds Wings announced it is implementing tabletop touch tablets to its North American locations...
In sync with a nationwide trend, the number of Minnesotans “underwater” on their mortgages is on the decline, Minnesota Public Radio reports. Citing a study from California research...
The president and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources says the company’s three Minnesota taconite mines will operate near full capacity with stable employment this year. Gary Halverson told...
Wireless Ronin Technologies is merging with fellow digital media firm Broadcast International, and Wireless Ronin’s stock price jumped more than 25 percent on the news.
The two parties finalized the second part of the deal, valued at $43.8 million; the first part of the contract was valued at $9 million.
Governor Dayton’s proposal would cut certain middle class taxes, B2B taxes, local government and nonprofit taxes, eliminate the gift tax, and increase angel investor tax credits.
After 18 years at Clarity Coverdale Fury, Rob Rankin has been handed the reins.
Companion bills at the state legislature aim to allow craft distilleries to sell products on-site, similarly to how craft breweries sell beer at “taprooms.”
Good news for Minnesotans looking for work. MPR News reported that the number of Minnesota job ads posted online on websites like LinkedIn jumped by nearly 11,000 last month. It’s an...
State lawmakers are set Thursday to unveil several proposals that could set up spirited debate over whether Minnesota should allow Sunday liquor store sales. Sen. Roger Reinert, DFL-Duluth, and Rep...
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