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The U.S. Senate passed the long-awaited farm bill on Tuesday, ending two years of gridlock on the bill in Washington. Senate passage was expected to be the final hurdle for the nearly $1 trillion...
The new post at Rochester’s Economic Development Agency will help steer Destination Medical Center planning.
Minnesota’s propane supply may be down to a trickle, but callers are flooding a hotline set up to field questions from those concerned about getting and paying for their next tank of fuel...
Fourteen managers at MNsure collectively received more than $26,000 in bonuses in November after the launch of the health exchange website, according to a report in the Pioneer Press State...
The National Retail Federation and the International Franchise Association are among those urging Congress to change the definition of "full time" to 40 hours a week, rather than 30.
Minnesota’s $7 billion Legacy Amendment is running amok.
State officials have selected a company known for a few past troubles to administer standardized tests as part of a three-year, $33.8 million deal, the Pioneer Press reports. The Minnesota...
In 2008, voters passed the Legacy Amendment to the state constitution, increasing taxes in exchange for cleaner water, better parks and outdoor habitats, and a stronger cultural sector. It turns out we may not be getting our money’s worth.
Minnesota’s Republican party says its debt burden is getting lighter but it still has work to do to repay nearly $1.2 million. Minnesota Public Radio reports the party says it reduced its...
Travelers who pass through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport may soon be able to gamble on 2,500 electronic tablets, courtesy of the Minnesota Lottery. The Star Tribune reported a new...
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