A coalition of women’s groups spent years on the Women’s Economic Security Act, which Gov. Mark Dayton signed it into law on Mother’s Day.
Campaign finance law isn’t the specialty of attorney David Asp — it’s a passion.
The Council on Crime and Justice advocates for criminals and crime victims, a strategy that often confounds outsiders but makes perfect sense to its leaders.
After decades of tamping down his personality, ex-Sen. Moe now enjoys more freedom.
Rep. Daudt’s quiet direction and pithy critiques lend a fresh voice to the minority leader post.
Hackett is the founder of Howling for Wolves, a nonprofit organization that advocates for Minnesota’s gray wolf population.
Democrats and Republicans filed complaints with the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board within days of each other in January.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency issued 60 pollution citations in 41 counties during the year’s first quarter.
The Minnesota DNR's outgoing Parks and Trails director says there may be more work in store for him, perhaps with the National Park Service.
The Metropolitan Council’s regional planning project figures to come in for a severe tongue lashing at an event April 22.
The Gold Standard program is a voluntary initiative that aims to convince contractors to offer homebuyers radon-resistant equipment.
The Metro Independent Business Alliance tries to prevent chains from gaining unfair edge.
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