Minnesota homebuilders are hailing the decision.
Minority Leader Hann sees a path to swinging the Senate back to GOP control.
Roughly $2 billion worth of school bond referendums will go before Minnesota voters in November.
Pat Garofalo holds a press conference and a hearing to warn Minnesotans of potential economic fallout from the new federal “clean power plan."
Gov. Mark Dayton says he’ll insist Lake Mille Lacs be open for an ice fishing season for walleye.
Hundreds of abortion opponents rallied outside the home of Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, calling for the state to investigate Planned Parenthood.
The protesters wanted an apology from Dayton for calling the group’s plans to protest outside the Minnesota State Fair “inappropriate.”
Court of Appeals Judge Natalie Hudson was appointed Tuesday to the Supreme Court by Governor Dayton. The other finalists were Court of Appeals Judge Margaret Chutich and Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal.
The conference was meant to bring the parties together and seek common ground on potential remedies. Of those invited to participate, only Gov. Mark Dayton emerged with a detailed plan.
Some checks flowed in as late as April, although a Dayton political adviser said it was a matter of money being collected months after it was pledged.
Before concluding Gov. Mark Dayton has built nirvana on the Mississippi, be sure to sort through the hyperbole.
The raises will cost the state more than $800,000 annually. The political price for Dayton, or other Democrats, has yet to be determined.
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