Kurt Zellers touts the pragmatism he learned as a North Dakota farm boy, defends his leadership record in the Legislature, and, as befits any Republican girding for an intramural brawl, emphasizes his conservative credentials.Read More »
Activists that successfully sparked a union election for home health care workers in Minnesota must now pivot toward an August vote among their ranks on whether to actually form the bargaining unit, according to a timeline released by the state Bureau of Mediation Services.Read More »
US Sen. Al Franken has raised more than $3.3 million last quarter compared to more than $1.1 million raised by his main opponent, businessman Mike McFadden, their campaigns reported ahead of the incoming campaign finance reporting deadline.
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Despite a US Supreme Court ruling from last week saying that members aren't required to pay dues, Minnesota home health care workers have provided the state with enough signatures to start a union election here.Read More »
Roughly two-thirds of critical MNsure systems aren't working or aren't there, according to the report, which laid out 73 features that should be functional in a successful exchange.Read More »
Attorney General Lori Swanson's opposition to the proposed release of Thomas Duvall from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) has drawn the embattled program into the political crosshairs once again.Read More »
Gov. Mark Dayton continues to lead the fundraising contest against his GOP opponents -- the four of whom must still compete in an August primary -- with more than $750,000 cash on hand, according to campaign finance documents released Tuesday.Read More »