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State budget officials are projecting Minnesota will have a one-point-one billion dollar surplus.
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The Minnesota Board of Nursing voted Thursday to support several legislative changes that it said would strengthen its ability to discipline nurses.
The past year inspired little confidence that Minnesota can shoulder the responsibility for reforming its costly, potentially unconstitutional sex offender civil commitment program, which keeps some offenders locked up long after their prison sentences have ended.
The St. Anthony Village City Council unanimously approved the city's 2014 Street and Utility Project Plans and Specifications and authorized an advertisement for bids at its Tuesday, Nov. 26 city council meeting.
Cities and counties across the state are setting their final budgets for 2014. There has been criticism levied around the state because property taxes are going up a bit in spite of the state's increase in Local Government Aid payments, after Gov. Mark Dayton and DFL legislators promised this would help keep property taxes down.
If the 2013 Legislative Session was about broad changes to education funding and policies, 2014 is shaping up to be about the finer details.
Governor Mark Dayton was at the Winona State Campus Wednesday afternoon, answering questions from the university's president and from students from all three colleges in the area.
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This photo by Glen Stubbe of the Star Tribune is worth $400 million dollars. It instantly becomes the favorite to win the prize for Best Photo of a Multi-Millionaire NFL Owner After Receiving Public Money.
Forget the return of deep snow and cold temperatures. The big forecast Minnesota's political class is watching this week has to do with the state budget rather than the weather.
Last month, Gov. Mark Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced ten highway projects to receive $300 million in funding through the state's new Corridors of Commerce program.
It has now been two months since the Obamacare rollout began, and what do Minnesotans have to show for it? Already more than 5 million Americans are losing their existing health care plans, including low-income college students; 140,000 of the 5 million people nationwide receiving cancellation letters are from right here in Minnesota.
Gov. Mark Dayton and his staff have about six months left in their two-floor suite before a massive renovation to the century-old Capitol displaces them.
As government officials and Vikings owners were preparing to break ground Tuesday for the team's new stadium, leaders of three conservative groups predicted proponents will be back for more state funding to finish the project.
Two weeks after the governor demanded changes to the Minnesota Board of Nursing's "attitude and approach" to discipline, the board plans this week to discuss "policy issues" raised by the Star Tribune's first scheduled meeting since the stories began running on Oct. 6, which have reported that the board has allowed nurses to practice despite harm ... (more)