The Biden administration has filed its first legal challenge to a state abortion ban since the end of Roe v. Wade, arguing Idaho’s restrictive abortion law leaves doctors facing criminal penalties for providing abortion-related medical care to women in life-threatening medical situations.
Nine DFL lawyers vying for legislative seats won primaries on Aug. 11, as did three Republicans.
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A police reform bill passed overnight Tuesday reaches deep into the ways that Minnesota police are trained and held to account if they kill someone or otherwise act badly on the job.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court won’t hear oral arguments in a lawsuit seeking to purge thousands of voters from the rolls until at least September, raising questions about whether the justices will rule before the presidential election.
A five-hour Senate oversight committee hearing Wednesday to examine Twin Cities rioting left Republicans and Democrats pretty much where they were when they started.
The pharmaceutical industry’s trade group is suing in federal court to block implementation of Minnesota’s Alec Smith Insulin Affordability Act.
At the heart of the issue with Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wanting to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee is Rita Davis, who sees her whole career as building toward this moment.
Three Republican state senators are asking the U.S. Department of Justice to conduct a “pattern-or-practice” probe into the Minneapolis Police Department.
One casualty of the failed 2020 special session is legislation that would have provided financial help to scorched neighborhoods damaged by the unrest following George Floyd’s death.
Lest anyone think the Legislature got nothing done during its ill-fated 2020 special session (Mach I), here is a list of 10 special session bills passed by both chambers and sent to the governor’s desk over those eight days.
After 13 hours of special session hearings over two days, the DFL-led House Public Safety committee on Monday passed three mini-omnibus bills that constitute a sweeping police-reform package.
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