Data Practices Commission studies security concerns over citizens’ data.
Petersen leaves the Senate after one term to focus on his family and career.
The compromise would let law enforcement agencies retain LPR information that was not part of an active investigation for up to 30 days.
As more police officers wear them, legislators consider statewide rules
Concerns over new technologies and privacy are triggering a new push for regulations.
A new state law addresses a recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision that speaks to the public’s right to know certain details about public construction projects.
Gov. Mark Dayton is still evaluating online lottery restrictions and a contentious data practices bill as Friday's signing deadline looms.
A recent KARE-11 report about the secretive use of cellphone tracking devices by Minnesota law enforcement agencies has sparked calls for hearings from lawmakers and outraged open-government advocates.
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