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After enduring one of Minnesota public life’s most humiliating episodes in recent memory, former GOP Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch has turned the page.
A report by University of Minnesota researchers shows that the so-called “health care home” business model reduced Medicaid costs by 9.2 percent between 2010 and 2012.
The Department of Natural Resources has launched several months of training sessions to help river and lakeside business owners comply with law changes aimed at squelching invasive species’ spread.
Kathleen Motzenbecker leverages foreign policy credentials to generate international investment in Minnesota business.
Fifty new customer services representatives were added to the MNsure call center as of Feb. 12. An additional 50 workers will be added by Feb. 26, after they complete a week’s training, according to MNsure’s interim CEO.
A recent request before the state Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board may demonstrate just how close to the legal boundaries some Minnesota political candidates hope to operate in the post-Citizens United era.
Why help one person at a time when you can help so many more? That was Darielle Dannen’s reasoning when she decided to apply her legal skills to assisting low-income people with housing problems and business goals.
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