The campus makeover encompasses about $116.4 million worth of projects.
The first three patients filed into a Minneapolis clinic as the medical marijuana program kicked off and emerged with medicine the state’s law had long kept out of reach.
Minnesota wasn’t subject, individually, to the court’s decision, but Gov. Mark Dayton warned that a ruling that eliminated subsidies for other states would have “thrown the whole system into chaos.”
It’s virtually impossible for clients to clear discharge hurdles.
The outcome is the second major victory for Obama in politically charged Supreme Court tests of his most significant domestic achievement.
Despite a federal court ruling, elected officials are reluctant to give sex offenders more freedom.
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The sudden transition was only slightly smoother than when Leitz himself had taken over following the sudden resignation of April Todd-Malmlov.
The MinnesotaCare provision is the bill’s most significant change to existing law, and perhaps its least likely to gain agreement from Senate Democrats and Gov. Mark Dayton.
The plan will include 367,000 square feet of new space and a total project cost of $224.6 million.
A variety of hot-button policy issues remain unsettled this session, and the gulf between positions taken by the governor and either or both legislative chambers leaves just about many of those proposals in jeopardy.
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