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How Duluth Bounced Back From Economic Oblivion

Duluth is earning recognition as a lively, livable place with unmatched opportunities for outdoor recreation along with thriving local arts, beer and food. Its neighbor, Proctor, also exudes vitality.

February 05, 2016

Blue Line Extension

How One Minneapolis Neighborhood Plans To Have A Major Impact On The Blue Line LRT Extension

Harrison community members have been working for months to make sure Bottineau LRT is useful — and fair — for the neighborhood's residents.

February 04, 2016

After months of chatter, Dayton says a special session won't happen

There won’t be a special session in the next month. Gov. Mark Dayton told media members today that with “great regret,” he was announcing there will be no special session to...

February 02, 2016

#UnMinnesotan ad speaks out against prejudice toward Muslims

Some of Minnesota’s political, educational and business leaders took a public stance against prejudice toward Muslims in a Star Tribune ad published Monday. “Though we may be a soft...

February 01, 2016

Medical Device Tax

Why Does The Entire Minnesota Delegation Want To Kill A Key Part Of Obamacare?

Minnesota’s representatives come from varied ideological, geographic and economic backgrounds. And they all want the medical-device tax to die.

January 28, 2016


Survey: Economic Pessimism Persists

Minnesota’s business leaders plan to scale back growth yet again this quarter.

January 27, 2016

How Lawmakers Want To Spend Minnesota's Surplus

What does the 2016 legislative session portend for Minnesota businesses?

January 27, 2016


Lawmakers Consider Putting Transportation Funding Question Before Voters

The ballot question would ask voters if tax money currently collected on the sale of auto repairs and replacement parts should be dedicated to roads and bridges.

January 26, 2016

Bonding Will Be A Top Issue For The 2016 Legislature, So How Does It Work?

And what does "repelling invasions" have to do with it?

January 21, 2016

What's in the MN governor's $1.4 billion jobs bill?

Mark Dayton unveiled a proposed $1.4 billion bonding bill to pay for infrastructure projects he says would create 39,000 jobs in Minnesota. In a news release Friday morning the governor released...

January 15, 2016

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