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Gov. Mark Dayton plans to delay his State of the State speech as he recovers from hip surgery, MPR News reports. The address is typically given just prior to the beginning of a legislative session,...
North Mankato will consider becoming the latest Minnesota city to regulate the use of electronic cigarettes at a Tuesday night hearing, the Mankato Free Press reports. At the same time, some...
Minnesota’s U.S. senators are not sold on the idea that selling Time Warner to Comcast will benefit consumers. Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken each raised concerns Thursday about the...
Minnesota lawmakers warned leaders of MNsure that they will have to figure out how to handle a possible budget shortfall starting in 2015. The state Legislature’s MNsure oversight committee...
The controversial $650 million proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in Hoyt Lakes faced its first major hearing at the State Capitol on Tuesday. The capitol hearing before the House Environment...
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and national employer groups responded both positively and negatively to the second delay of one of the major requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
Minnesota lawmakers will have more money to work with than they thought when they return to the state capitol Feb. 25. Forum News Service reports the state’s revenue in January was $83...
The money will be allocated across 10 different redevelopment projects, more than half of which are in Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities’ mayors are teaming up to support a minimum wage increase. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman will headline the “Minnesota Mayors for...
MNsure sign-ups continue to grow, but big challenges still exist for the state’s health care exchange. MNsure leaders say more than 90,000 people have signed up for coverage through the...
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