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It appears that Gov. Mark Dayton is set to eliminate the gift tax, which he signed into law last spring.
DFL state Representative Kim Norton said she's heard that Rochester already got so much that they shouldn't ask for any more.
The building housing Camdi Restaurant and Mesa Pizza was designated for a historic-significance study.
Caldrea produces the Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day line of eco-friendly household cleaning products sold in thousands of stories across the United States.
Tom Emmer not only had the best fundraising quarter among the candidates in the open 6th District, he raised more than only two House incumbents, fellow Republicans John Kline and Erik Paulsen.
The last World’s Fair on U.S. soil was held in New Orleans in 1984, and it went bankrupt.
Minneapolis finance officials estimate city restaurants, like MASA, left, lost $1.7 million in dining revenues for the season.
The vote of the musicians was complex, because members of the orchestra are scattered around the globe, performing with symphony orchestras elsewhere.
South Lake Minnetonka Police Department Chief Bryan Litsey: "You feel like you are being penalized for doing what you are asked during the downturn of the economy."
MAXIMUS, the lead vendor contracted to build Minnesota’s health insurance exchange, says MNsure officials took over its job in February, according to a report for the Legislature's oversight committee.
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