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2 hrs ago | Roseville Review
The United States has come a long way since Susan B. Anthony and the National Woman Suffrage Association started their movement to treat women equally in this nation.
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6 hrs ago | Twin Cities Daily Planet
In March, the Minnesota's Office of the Legislative Auditor's released their audit of Minnesota's four councils: the Councils on Asian-Pacific Minnesotans, Black Minnesotans, Chicano/Latino People, and Indian Affairs.
7 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Minnesotans can be forgiven for recalling the old saw about the weather when contemplating disparities between the state's white and nonwhite populations in income, educational attainment, longevity and health: Everybody talks about them, but nobody does anything about them.
7 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
It's been five years since the housing collapse and some people are saying the recovery never came to lower income Minnesotans.
8 hrs ago | Minnesota Medical Association Online
"We're thrilled to see this legislation pass with bipartisan support," said Eric Dick, MMA's manager of state legislative affairs.
13 hrs ago | CBS Local
A medical examiner testifying in the case of a Minnesota man who killed two teens when they broke into his home says they were shot a total of nine times, with some shots at close range.
16 hrs ago | WKBT
It is Severe Weather Awareness Week. Both Wisconsin and Minnesota are staging tornado drills to help people prepare for the severe weather season.
20 hrs ago | Courthouse News Service
North Dakota is not bound by a Minnesota law that would restrict the importation of out-of-state electricity, a federal judge ruled.
A powerful and bipartisan group of legislators are edging toward a showdown with Minnesota Lottery officials over their expansion into online ticket sales.
Minnesota Republicans say the state Department of Revenue shouldn't have cited Gov. Mark Dayton's role in enacting recent tax breaks in a letter sent to people who might benefit.
Top officials at Minnesota State, Mankato are asking state auditors to review the dismissal of head football coach Todd Hoffner.
The new law, which Governor Dayton approved earlier this month, will allow for cooking demonstrations and more extensive food sampling at farmers markets across the state.
Minnesota lawmakers are on the verge of cracking down on public employees who abuse their access to citizen data.
Wisconsin has a new law approving the use of a byproduct of marijuana for medical purposes.
The FBI asked for the public's help Tuesday to identify at least 90 potential victims of a suspected child predator who worked at 10 American and other international schools abroad for more than four decades before committing suicide last month in Minnesota.
Minnesotans for Compassionate Care, one of the groups that supports access to medical marijuana, unveiled the list of doctors and clergy who during a news conference Tuesday at the state Capitol.
Minnesota lawmakers are being told they'll have to come up with millions of dollars if they want to shut down the sales of electronic lottery tickets.