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Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
Minnesota's sugar industry generally relies on beets, but nationally there's a lot of sugarcane production, as well.
A Minnesota task force studying a higher-tech voter verification process leaned away Monday from recommending that electronic poll books be mandatory in every precinct for the 2014 statewide election.
An effort to clear a national backlog of veterans benefits claims is making things worse in Minnesota.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - When Jennifer Slafter first ran the numbers, she thought the new federal health care law would cost her family an extra $171 a month for an insurance plan with a higher deductible.
Video: Lawmakers can't seem to agree on anything these days. Except ... sugar? Here's how a relatively small industry manages to win big in Washington.
For evidence of this, look no further than the tortured debate about whether members of Congress exempted themselves from the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.
No, Gordon Klingenschmitt still doesn't understand that it isn't an act of persecution against Christians to not allow him to persecute non-Christians.
Today is December 4th. On this date in 1875, the notorious head of the Democrat political machine Tammany Hall, Boss Tweed, escaped from prison and fled the United States, where it is believed he changed his name to Boss Corduroy.
ObamaCare is smoldering in rubble, and we should expect the Democrats to jump onto something - anything - that will give them a chance to stop talking about it.
Well, Isn't This Interesting: One of the leaders of Thursday's fast-food strike is a White House visitor One of the many union front groups that are springing up around the country and which is helping back-door unionize the fast-food industry is the " Restaurant Opportunities Center " [ROC].
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced Tuesday that facial-reading technology will be the next topic of its ongoing privacy study, which brings together stakeholders in the public and private sectors to create enforceable rules in the business context.
Recent polling shows that an election wave of anti-ObamaCare sentiment is growing, and it is not only likely to hand the GOP control of the United States Senate, but might wipe out as many as 12 Democrat seats--many of which looked safe just a few months ago.
Don't get too excited about the latest St. Cloud State University poll in Minnesota, but it does at least offer a glimmer of hope for a Minnesota Republican Party that still finds itself in financial and organizational straits.