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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.
With plenty of cold weather still in the forecast for Minnesota, people who use propane for heating their homes are still facing a shortage. A state House committee met Monday to discuss a $20...
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.
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...
Everyone’s favorite tax increase may be a double-edged sword.
Vice President Joe Biden met with a group of Minneapolis women Wednesday afternoon at a Minneapolis coffee shop, to thank them for their support of the Affordable Care Act, according to the Star...
A new Minnesota Poll by the Star Tribune finds that Minnesotans are overwhelmingly in favor of a hike in the state’s minimum wage, yet are split on what that minimum should be. According to...
Expect to see a debate over how to pay for Minnesota’s transportation needs when the Legislature gets back to work later this month. A group called Move MN is pushing for a big increase in...
Five Minnesota lawmakers will try living on a minimum wage for the next week. MinnPost reports Reps. Karen Clark (Minneapolis), Frank Hornstein (Minneapolis), John Lesch (St. Paul), Jason Metsa...
DFL state Representative Kim Norton said she's heard that Rochester already got so much that they shouldn't ask for any more.
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