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The legislative session that begins Tuesday will focus on the recent bonding bill, the minimum wage, business-to-business taxes, and the state’s projected budget surplus.
A group of five southern Minnesota banks is suing Target to recover costs associated with the data breach at the Minneapolis-based retailer. Similar lawsuits have been filed by banks around the...
A program that was born in Minnesota and provides pro bono legal services to lower-income inventors was highlighted as the president outlined new patent reforms.
St. Francis Campus Credit Union is the subject of a federal investigation, and its assets have been acquired by the larger Central Minnesota Credit Union.
Supporters of medical marijuana say the upcoming legislative session, which opens this week, could be the best chance in years to see marijuana legalized in Minnesota for medical use. Gov. Mark...
Who let the dogs in?
After Heidi Weber, one of the for-profit school’s former deans, was awarded almost $395,000 in a whistleblower lawsuit, a judge has now ruled that the school must pay an additional $570,000.
The Marcus Oakdale Cinema in Oakdale has been awarded an expanded liquor license for imbibing movie viewers, although the Oakdale City Council put restrictions on the approval, the Pioneer Press...
After selling $26 million in bonds to finance a broadband network, the City of Monticello has been unable to repay investors; a new lawsuit has now been filed, as expected, and will be resolved if bondholders approve a settlement.
Minnesota has a new top federal prosecutor. The U.S. Senate confirmed Andrew Luger Wednesday as the U.S. Attorney for the district of Minnesota, the Associated Press reports. Luger was nominated...
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