Knoblach, Dorholt offer different ideas for education
Another audit of MNsure has been teed up. This time, it's from the feds.
The final legal barrier to constructing a $90 million Senate office complex was removed on Thursday.
During a press conference Tuesday, Dayton and DFL legislative leaders prefaced the looming 2014 mid-term campaigns with a checklist of their accomplishments at the helm of state government.
A medical marijuana proposal is moving to another committee in a continued sprint toward an uncertain future.
Senate Minority Leader David Hann said he was dissatisfied by the lack of details available.
Retiring legislators, or those seeking higher office, have left some relatively safe seats open, while other districts’ endorsements have been altered.
Approval of the building is currently pending in the House Rules Committee.
Both candidates for the House 14B seat say that, if elected, they will put schools at the top of their priority lists. But they have very different ideas about what needs to be done for them. House Ways and Means Committee Chair Jim Knoblach, R-St. Cloud, faces a tough rematch against Zach Dorholt, a 36-year-old ...
The office building and two adjacent parking lots were provided for out of last year's tax bill, a surprise inclusion that appeared with hours to spare.
Paymar's announcement set off waves of speculation over who might run to replace him.
The former Republican House Ways and Means chair has filed a lawsuit alleging the funding for a new Senate building and Capitol parking facility in the 2013 omnibus tax bill is unconstitutional. The building is currently scheduled to break ground in February or March.
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