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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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The Bloomington mall confirmed recently that, after closing on $300 million in financing, it plans to add a 700,000-square-foot expansion.
State lawmakers on Monday reached what the Star Tribune calls a breakthrough in a long-deadlocked debate about raising Minnesota’s minimum wage – although disputes persist among DFL leaders...
The fourth-quarter expansions brought the annual total to 146 in Minnesota, which are expected to create nearly 8,000 jobs in the state.
New research conducted by the University of Minnesota has found that exercising while working has health benefits, as you might expect – but it can also boost worker productivity. The study, which...
Claiming to have the majority market share of its industry, American Surplus and Manufacturing is opening a new facility in Pine River that it said will bring 20 jobs to the city.
Minnesota doctors are debating whether medical marijuana is an effective treatment for pain, illness and disease as the Legislature prepares to debate a measure that would make it legal for doctors...
The east side of the Twin Cities metro area will see its first MnPass toll lanes open in the next year or so. A large reconstruction project underway on I-35E north from downtown St. Paul will...
Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) and the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract. Both parties announced the deal Saturday evening after...
State officials on Friday unveiled an eagerly awaited budget forecast: Minnesota has a projected $1.23 billion surplus for fiscal years 2014-2015. That’s up significantly from an estimate...
Two lawmaker are hoping to better connect rural Minnesota. Northland’s News Center reports Rep. Erik Simonson (DFL-Duluth) and Sen. Matt Schmit (DFL-Red Wing) introduced a $100 million dollar...
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The Minneapolis Club
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