After a violent mob took over the U.S. Capitol in early January, dozens of companies pledged to halt or rethink political donations. But the change may not stick around for future election cycles, observers say.
The state’s top lawyer is taking legal action against three more Minnesota establishments that have reopened for indoor dining, despite the governor’s most recent executive order. Most restaurants in the state have been compliant, AG’s spokesman says.
The state has a relatively non-gerrymandered legislative map. And with Minnesotans once again voting for divided government as the state heads into redistricting next year, things are likely to stay that way.
A U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that ballots received after 8 p.m. must be segregated from other ballots to allow for their removal from vote totals in the presidential election, pending further judicial review.