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How To Make A Campaign Job Into A Campaign Career

A new Minnesota nonprofit tries to help campaign staffers answer the question, “What next?”

September 19, 2014

Republican candidates take aim at MNsure in wake of insurer's exit

Republican candidates in Minnesota’s two most prominent midterm election races lined up a new campaign target this week: MNsure. Since PreferredOne’s Tuesday announcement it was pulling...

September 19, 2014

Cast your ballot: Minnesota the first state to kick off voting season

Election day in Minnesota is Nov. 4. Or today, if you want. Your call. Beginning Friday, Sept. 19, Minnesotans can begin casting votes via absentee ballot. According to a Washington Post graphic...

September 19, 2014

Supreme Court candidate cleared of DWI, guilty of obstruction

A candidate for Minnesota Supreme Court, Michelle MacDonald, was convicted Wednesday on charges of refusing to submit to a breath test and obstructing the legal process in connection with a traffic...

September 17, 2014

Jeff Johnson

From Reforming Minnesota's Sales Tax To Expanding Medical Marijuana: Jeff Johnson On The Issues

Though many of Johnson's positions are unsurprising for a GOP nominee for governor, he breaks from the standard Republican line on a handful of issues, according to analysis from MinnPost's public affairs reporter.

September 17, 2014

Police body camera pilot program gets go-ahead in Minneapolis

A Minneapolis City Council committee approved a $170,000 pilot program to test body cameras on 36 police officers in the city. The committee approved contracts Monday to test and study two...

September 16, 2014

Bike path

Minneapolis Park Board Could Prove To Be Another Obstacle For Southwest LRT

A 2012 environmental review of the SWLRT alignment says that the impacts on parkland could be mitigated. The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board isn’t so sure.

September 15, 2014

Beer

Minneapolis Moves Ahead With Changes To Liquor Rules

Newly proposed rules would no longer require many restaurants to get the majority of their sales from food rather than alcohol.

September 11, 2014

Minneapolis Council Explores Imposing Higher Minimum Wage In The City

The same day workers across the country marched in support of higher pay, Frey said he is looking into raising the city's minimum wage.

September 09, 2014

Little Mekong Night Market

Little Mekong Night Market Drawing Big Crowds On University Avenue

A final Night Market for the summer will be held Sept. 6 and a day market is set for Sept. 21 near Mai Village.

September 04, 2014

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