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Minnesota got $43 million more in taxes than officials thought it would get over the past two months. The Management and Budget office said Monday total general fund receipts (basically, how much...
January 11, 2016
You’ll no longer be able to find fruit- and candy-flavored tobacco products at convenience stores in St. Paul. The city council voted unanimously Wednesday to restrict where these products...
January 07, 2016
Hundreds of people showed up to a public meeting to discuss allowing ride-share programs to pick up passengers at the airport. Passengers can already take Uber and Lyft to Minneapolis-St. Paul...
January 05, 2016
If you have some spare time this weekend, you could brush up on some of Minnesota’s new laws that became active on January 1. The Pioneer Press notes that lawmakers sometimes wait until the...
January 02, 2016
The company failed to meet the requirements by the state as specified in the loan agreement.
December 31, 2015
More film and TV productions would come to Minnesota if incentives were greater—but the state remains ambivalent.
December 30, 2015
If Punch Neapolitan Pizza’s higher-wage initiative has been good for business, why isn’t the rest of the local restaurant trade following?
St. Paul’s central library reinvents itself with an emphasis on business training and services.
Minnesota colleges are updating and expanding their science, technology, engineering and math programs to meet business needs in a 21st century economy.
The cost of a pack of cigarettes in Minnesota is going up on the first of the year. The state’s cigarette tax rates are increasing so smokers will pay $3.54 in taxes on each pack of...
December 29, 2015
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