One Minnesota law has been causing awkward moments in state government since it was enacted in 2009. And that means it’s working perfectly, according to its Senate sponsor, Sen. Warren Limmer, R-Maple Grove. The most recent awkward moment came last week when the Legislative Working Group on REAL ID Compliance met in one of the ...
Gov. Mark Dayton asked the federal government for more time to comply with new standards for driver's licenses on Friday, aiming to ensure Minnesota residents aren't turned away when stronger requirements are imposed for domestic flights.
Body cams will top the marquee next session among issues having both data privacy and public safety implications.
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