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2 hrs ago | TwinCities
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.
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4 hrs ago | The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Minnesota's newly-enacted anti-bullying law is designed to help school kids, but both political parties think it could also help them this election year.
8 hrs ago | KIMT
In Minnesota, Governor Mark Dayton has said he'll only sign a bill legalizing marijuana in forms that can't be smoked.
12 hrs ago | TwinCities
It would require many companies with government contracts to certify they pay men and women similarly.
The plan was to have both Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton speak to the crowd, including ideas for collaboration and differences between the two states.
You may not even be aware it's happening, but by bringing awareness of human trafficking, local officials hope students can better protect against these acts of violence.
Gov. Mark Dayton said Tuesday he can't personally block the frac sand industry from expanding in southeastern Minnesota, rebuffing a group of mining opponents who delivered a moratorium petition to St. Paul as part of an Earth Day rally at the Capitol.
When farmers markets open this spring, you'll be able to scoop up fresh salsa, nibble cubes of cheese or get a sample of kohlrabi slaw after a demonstration on how to make it.
With an insider's eye, Hot Dish tracks the tastiest bits of Minnesota's political scene and keep you up-to-date on those elected to serve you.
Scott Hain, utilities manager for Worthington, stood on the edge of Lake Bella, a man-made lake near Worthington that is the site of 7 wells that provide the city's water.
In a 48-page ruling Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Richard Nelson agreed with North Dakota plaintiffs and shot down a part of a 2007 Minnesota law designed to boost renewable energy.
What Minneapolis business leaders concluded nearly 50 years ago holds true today: The preservation of metro vitality must start at the core.
Received this e-mail today from Governor Mark Dayton on behalf of himself and Senator Al Franken : This seems obvious, but a recent report found 46 school districts in Minnesota turn students away from the lunch line if they cannot pay - sometimes even throwing their lunches in the trash.
The Minnesota Safe and Secure Schools Act has been passed by the Legislature, signed by Gov. Mark Dayton and is now state law.
Our View: Tackle out-of-compliance farm irrigation on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/04/21/view-tackle-compliance-farm-irrigation/7952841/ Farm fields and irrigation equipment emerge from under the snow along Stearns County Road 2 near Cold Spring last month.