During his Brooklyn Park visit, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called for replacing Obamacare with tax credits tied to age.
Minnesota wasn’t subject, individually, to the court’s decision, but Gov. Mark Dayton warned that a ruling that eliminated subsidies for other states would have “thrown the whole system into chaos.”
The outcome is the second major victory for Obama in politically charged Supreme Court tests of his most significant domestic achievement.
For years, Republicans in the legislature have not hesitated to criticize the Minnesota offshoot of the Affordable Care Act. Do not expect this to change.
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Too much money, too few voters, too much cultural division, too much mistrust is eroding the confidence in our country's future.
Illegal immigrants are often singled out as competing against American citizens for jobs or that they cost taxpayers money, but is that the truth?
Jonathan Gruber’s comments are a prime example of the political class’s contempt for Americans — and of the willingness of the mainstream media to side with the political class.
Of those who show up at the polls, swing voters, not the party base, determine elections in our new political system.
There’s more evidence Obamacare is here to stay.
Democrats may be on their way to losing the majority in both houses of Congress, but don’t feel sorry for them; this is a moment of triumph for the party.
Eighth District candidates Rick Nolan, Stewart Mills and Ray "Skip" Sandman debate guns, health care, the environment and foreign policy.
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