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Extensive work on the 107-year-old state Capitol is getting the go-ahead from Minnesota lawmakers in a late financial rescue package.
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In the final hours of this year's segment of its biennial legislative session, the Minnesota Senate failed to take up a comprehensive safe schools bill that advocates say would have protected students from harassment and bullying.
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UUA, UCC presidents rally for gay marriage in R.I. Morales, Black urge Rhode Islanders to lobby their state senators after marriage equality bill passes the House.
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When gay marriage was signed into law in Minnesota Tuesday, it was met with cheers at the Capitol, but it was also met with some serious opposition centered around faith.
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On each visit, the executive director of the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association aims to get his favorite fowl on restaurant menus and residents' radar.
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Here is a surprising hypothesis: The 2012 referendum that rejected labeling marriage as being only between one man and one woman in the state Constitution was not the real referendum that propelled gay marriage toward being legalized in Minnesota.
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The Minnesota House has passed a tax bill that could raise revenue $2.1 billion by boosting taxes on high-wage earners, smokers and corporations.
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Nearly a week after Minnesota became the 12th state to legalize same-sex marriage, opponents are strategizing what can be done to challenge the law before Aug 1. Their answer so far seems unanimous: Not much.
In the nation's socially conservative heartland, Minnesota voters were the first to reject a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, which had passed in 30 states.
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Three fourths of the surface of the earth is water, but only a small percentage of that is not salt water.
That's so even though the marriage issue consumed only about three days of official proceedings.
Bradley Dean "Bradlee Dean" Smith's giving the the prayer for the May 2011 opening of the Minnesota Legislative session for that summer.
A bid by Republican legislators to legalize discrimination in the state constitution ended up backfiring-by emboldening equality activists, writes state Rep.
Minnesota has taken a first step in outlining the next big leap forward in the state's sustainable energy future.
Following votes of 75-39 in the state house and 37-30 in the state senate, Gov. Mark Dayton of Minnesota has signed legislation altering the definition of marriage to include same-sex couples.