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A message has been sent to companies unhappy with “right-to-work” laws set to be introduced in Wisconsin: Come to Minnesota! Minnesota Rep. Pat Garofalo hopes to get one-up on those...
March 04, 2015
Target and three other national retailers became the latest at the center of debate over more regulation in a $32 billion industry.
February 26, 2015
In the midst of both bankruptcy and a bevy of sex abuse lawsuits, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will consider selling some notable properties as a way to help pay off debt. MPR...
February 25, 2015
The merger of Hamline's law school and William Mitchell College of Law makes sense for a lot of reasons. But it’s also clear that they didn't have much of a choice.
February 18, 2015
People will no longer be allowed to smoke e-cigarettes inside most public places in Hennepin County. The county board of commissioners voted 6-1 Tuesday to restrict the use of e-cigarettes in work...
February 11, 2015
An oil field worker in North Dakota claims she was demoted and paid less than her male colleagues because she’s a woman, and was threatened with the sack when she complained. In a lawsuit...
February 10, 2015
Adrian Peterson’s immediate future in the NFL returns to Minnesota Friday morning, but his fate won’t be decided on a football field. Instead the battle over Peterson’s playing...
February 05, 2015
Minnesota’s Revenue Department announced Thursday evening that it has stopped accepting tax returns that were prepared using TurboTax because of potential fraud. The department’s...
A Minneapolis tax preparer is accused of costing the state of Minnesota more than $1.4 million in lost revenue after she lied on hundreds of her clients’ tax returns. Rona Estelle Griffin, 51...
It’s not their fault, but Xcel Energy customers are likely to end up paying more because management failures at the utility caused the cost of a nuclear plant upgrade to balloon. A state...
February 03, 2015
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