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Nearly 40 percent of African American children in Minnesota live in poverty. In addition, the poverty rate among African Americans in the state jumped from 30.5 percent in 2013, to 34.7 percent...
October 12, 2015
Concern that Minnesota’s rural residents and businesses will suffer led Sen. Al Franken to take aim at another proposed merger of media conglomerates. After playing a major role in the...
October 08, 2015
Food trucks are an increasingly popular way for restaurateurs to serve their customers these days, but could that same business model work for food banks who serve the needy? Things could be going...
Low-income residents living in the Twin Cities may soon be able to save on transportation costs. Metro Transit is aiming to launch a six-month pilot program Dec. 1 that would allow low-income...
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that out-of-state payday lenders who offer loans to Minnesota residents over the Internet are subject to the same restrictions as bricks-and-mortar lenders...
October 07, 2015
Only San Francisco has anything similar to what's being proposed for employers in Minneapolis. But while the local ordinance would cover every employee in the city, San Francisco's covers relatively few.
Many small businesses in Minneapolis were dismayed by plans to introduce sweeping reforms of working hours – and it looks as though their concerns have been duly noted by city leaders. Mayor Betsy...
October 06, 2015
Minnesota businesses, workers, and elected officials are all working to learn more about the massive Pacific trade agreement reached by negotiators from 12 countries Monday. The Trans Pacific...
October 05, 2015
“Gimme your lunch money” is what parents of children in Minnesota’s largest school district might be told in January. Hundreds of parents have racked up debt with the Anoka...
October 02, 2015
The Environmental Protection Agency says Plymouth-based Mosaic Fertilizer has agreed to pay $1.8 billion to settle a massive federal lawsuit over hazardous waste. In the agreement with the EPA...
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