House, Senate conference leaders say constitutional mandates must be funded.
Public Record Media was set to move that case to Minnesota’s Court of Appeals.
Jenny Teeson managed to do what few achieve these days.
If early signals are accurate indicators, one particular portion of the public safety omnibus budget—judiciary funding—appears most likely to benefit from a pending but still unachieved budget compromise. If a deal is eventually reached, the gap between the House’s $49.818 billion overall state budget plan and the Senate’s $47.726 billion stance will close. (Gov. Tim ...
Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Christopher Dietzen has been replaced as chair of Minnesota’s Sentencing Guidelines Commission by that group’s former executive director, Kelly Lyn Mitchell.
Lawmakers finished out the 2014 legislative session Friday evening with the passage of three major finance and spending bills and a restrictive medical marijuana proposal. Those four pieces were seen as the last major measures to pass this year.
Lawmakers are expected to announce a deal on Monday raising Minnesota's minimum wage to $9.50 an hour with inflationary increases thereafter. Negotiations between the Senate -- which has been dragging its feet on the issue -- and the House, have been a major political division this session between the Democrats who control the Legislature.
Political and ideological opponents did not waste their chance to grab some of the spotlight from Tuesday's groundbreaking.
The announcement signals the state reaching an agreement with Mortenson Construction on a $738 million contract.
Franken's 98 percent career voting record in favor of AFL-CIO positions is the fourth-highest among all U.S. Senators.
The race had divided many of the city's prominent Democrats.
Nelson said she would eventually endorse one of her fellow Republicans in the CD 1 race, but wasn't ready to commit to one candidate yet.
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