U.S. Sens. Klobuchar, Scott Propose Legislation to Study Declining Entrepreneurship

The senators’ Enhancing Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century Act would require government agencies to examine factors behind the slump in new business formation rates.

Govs. Walz, Noem Cry Foul Over Trump’s Ethanol Waivers

In a letter, the governors asked Trump to find ways to lessen the impact of the waivers on farmers.

The Fine Print: City Hall's New Office Building

A look at the particulars of a new office building for the city of Minneapolis.

Minnesota’s Angel Tax Credit Returns

The program, which was revived by the Minnesota Legislature this year, allows investors to claim a tax credit on investments in startups.

Special Session Adjourns After Minnesota Legislature Passes $48.3 Billion Budget

There will be no general tax increase, and no gas tax hike. But there will be a cut in the income tax rate for middle-income earners while a tax on medical providers will continue.

Mixing Politics and Business: A Breakdown of the Minnesota House by Profession

Breaking down the Minnesota House by profession.

As Lawmakers Take a Holiday Break, Here’s Where Things Stand at the Minnesota Legislature

There are stark differences in philosophy and strategy between the DFL-led House and GOP-run Senate, divisions best illustrated by each side’s omnibus spending and policy bills.

How Big Pharma Became the Biggest Villain of the 2019 Minnesota Legislature

Pharma has become such an inviting target that in a Legislature that can't agree on anything, multiple bills taking on the industry are still alive in both the DFL-controlled House and a GOP-controlled Senate.

Some of MN’s Lowest-Paid Workers, the St. Paul Saints Players, May Become Exempt from Minimum Wage Laws

The St. Paul Saints, the minor league baseball team that plays home games at the heavily public subsidized CHS Field in Lowertown, is 1.2 miles away from the state Capitol.

Walz, Senate Republicans at Odds Over Solution to Affordable Housing Crisis

One proposal, which has bipartisan support, would allow those who donate to affordable housing projects to take a dollar-for-dollar credit off of their state income tax bill.

Why Askov Finlayson Decided to Pledge $1M to Fight Climate Change

We spoke with the man tasked with implementing the project, Adam Fetcher, about how and why the North Loop-based clothing company decided to take on one of today’s most urgent problems.

Jacob Frey on Why Minneapolis Needs More Cops and Housing, Fewer Hashtags

Minneapolis’ new mayor on his early agenda and healing the city’s relationship with business.

St. Paul City Council Passes $563M Budget

The budget is the second since the state Supreme Court tossed out a key source of revenue for the city — and the first to deal with the full brunt of that ruling.

MN’s Projected Budget Deficit is Already Souring Expectations for the 2018 Legislative Session

The forecast was released at an already complicated time. The relationship between Gov. Mark Dayton and GOP leaders remains rocky, and lawmakers are facing a short session at the start of a major election year.

How Minnesota’s Most Prosperous Indian Tribe Became a Powerhouse in Washington

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community was first recognized by the federal government in 1969. Today, it’s a force to be reckoned with.

The Diminishing Power of Being Anti-Development in Minneapolis and St. Paul

Reading simple voter sentiments into complex election results is always dicey, but it would be hard to see the results in both cities as a rejection of those who've supported development and greater housing density.

What Does Tax Reform Mean for Macy’s Project?

The government’s proposed tax bill would kill the federal historic tax credit, a key financing tool for developers.

Minnesota Businesses Move Forward Steadily

Business leaders expect to finish the year with a stable pace in hiring and investing in their companies.

Trump’s SBA Chief Visits the Twin Cities

McMahon met with local small business owners, including Hen House Eatery, Wood from the Hood, and Element Gym.

Why the Riverview Corridor Streetcar is Still a Ways Away from Being Built

On Thursday, an advisory committee took the step recommending a route and a mode of transit for the project. But there are many, many more decisions to come.

St. Paul and Minneapolis Look to Regulate Airbnb Ahead of Super Bowl

There are hundreds of listings throughout the Twin Cities, despite them all being illegal.

How the Met Council Managed to Make Southwest LRT's Wall a Big Deal

The wall has fed a narrative that the regional governing body lacks transparency, and that it cooperates with local officials only when it is convenient for the Met Council.

Tax Reform Could Kill One of Minnesota's Favorite Deductions

One expert estimates that eliminating the state and local tax deduction could pay for 15 to 25 percent of the GOP’s entire tax plan.

Small Franchisees, Big Business?

Under the Minneapolis wage law, franchise owners must boost wages faster than other small businesses.

St. Cloud Could Become Third MN City to Raise Legal Tobacco Sales Age

St. Cloud’s city administrator called the city council’s current version of the ordinance a “hybrid” of its existing law and of what had been enacted in Edina.

The Clearest Dividing Line in St. Paul Mayor's Race? The Ford Site.

The issue has become a rare one in the open mayoral election. That is, one that cleanly separates the candidates from one another.

Why Mark Dayton is So Cautious About Pitching Amazon

In going after Amazon's HQ2, Dayton has displayed a level of reticence that is at odds with his long history of courting companies to Minnesota.

Appeals Court Rules Minneapolis Sick Leave Can Stand

But they affirmed the lower court's decision to prevent the ordinance from applying to companies without a presence in Minneapolis.

Mpls Mayor Hodges' Budget Proposal Tackles Housing, Energy and Safety

Among the items in the $1.4 billion proposal are several that could impact the business community.

Why America’s Big Airlines—and MN’s Representatives in Congress—Are Crying Foul at their Gulf-based Competitors

Qatar and United Arab Emirates based carriers are playing a growing role in the U.S. market. But are they playing fair?

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