Despite a slow, cold start to 2013, the state Department of Natural Resources reports that year-round state park permit sales in 2013 rose 2 percent over 2012 levels. Courtland Nelson, the DNR’s director of Parks and Trails, says the hike in year-round permit sales came as a pleasant surprise to park officials. “We were very interested and concerned about what our final totals were going[...]
To hear Brad Lehto speak of his role in fashioning the most significant workers’ compensation reform in two decades, you’d think he was a backbencher lucky enough just to be in the room.
A former garbage dump on the western reaches of downtown Minneapolis will be taken off the state’s list of contaminated Superfund sites if the agency’s citizens advisory panel agrees next month.
Two key House leaders — Speaker Paul Thissen and Minority Leader Kurt Daudt — will square off in a Feb. 3 panel at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, in a preview of the upcoming legislative session.
Perhaps the most conspicuous thing about Denise Specht is that you can’t see her. Not on television, anyway. Unlike her predecessor, Specht’s face has not featured in a steady stream of television ads during her first six months on the job. “I think the biggest difference you will see is how we go about that,” says Specht.
Homebuyers may now seek legal relief from sellers who fail to disclose the radon-level test results during sales transactions, under terms of a law that went into effect Jan. 1.
Minnesota exports in 2013’s third fiscal quarter barely inched upward compared to the same quarter of 2012, according to the Minnesota Trade Office.
The jobs numbers continue to improve, but is the news all good? We asked the Capitol Insiders what still needs to improve, and what can be done to make the numbers better.
Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius says she feels a “personal responsibility for making my world a better place.”
In 2012, the DFL and 13 of its Senate candidates benefited from hundreds of thousands of dollars in falsely classified independent expenditures that in fact were paid for by the party.
The Department of Revenue (DOR) wants you — to offer up some ideas for new mobile computer apps that you would like the agency to develop.
As of Jan. 1, the Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) will require that businesses use electronic filing to submit First Report of Injury (FROI) forms.
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