National organizations set sights on Minnesota’s House and Senate
Julie Bartkey recalls covering highs and lows of the Minnesota Senate.
The bill addresses the deliberate distribution of pornographic images featuring unwilling subjects.
Observers and participants are predicting a full DFL field in the effort to find Dill’s successor.
Senate staff will get a 3 percent raise plus a one-time payment.
Lyndon Carlson and Phyllis Kahn won election to the Minnesota House in November 1972, the same night Nixon trounced his Democratic challenger, George McGovern.
This summer, the imminent departures of two Senate Republicans have inspired opposite reactions from potential suitors.
Members of both the Senate and the House were amenable to substantive and intellectual give and take in executing their public trust.
DFLer Peggy Flanagan will appear alone on the ballot after her rival missed the deadline.
The liberal wing of the DFL caucus complains about process as well as policy.
Without much fanfare in the recently adjourned 2015 legislative session, we joined the pack of 32 states with a specific higher-ed attainment goal written into state law.
Even legislators in dark on special session negotiations
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