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Senator Amy Klobuchar discussed how to get more women into the skilled manufacturing work force at a hearing that included a Minnesota CEO who’s had difficulty hiring people.
The deal blends portions of all three proposals from the House, Senate and governor, who met over the weekend to work out the agreement.
The scope and duration of the oil boom expanded recently when the projection of the oil that's recoverable in the Williston Basin nearly doubled.
Nonprofits worry the change could mean that Minnesotans might be less motivated to donate because the current state tax break would be substantially cut.
Amid an insider-trading probe, federal prosecutors reportedly subpoenaed Cardiovascular Systems; there have been no allegations of wrongdoing.
In spite of the protestations of anti-tax activists, income taxes in Minnesota are virtually certain to increase.
A recent feasibility study shows that a new convention hotel in Minneapolis would cost about $300 million, and 41 percent of that cost would need to come from public subsidies.
A push for new regulations over corporate political donations is facing opposition from business groups.
“We’re pretty pleased with our bill,” said Senate Taxes Committee Chairman Rod Skoe. “I think it does a lot of good things, and so we’re looking forward to the discussion.”
Senator Bobby Joe Champion’s bill, which passed the Senate on a bipartisan vote, would expand that requirement to most private employers in the state.
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