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The sharp increase in U.S. oil production and its promise of energy independence is coming with a disastrous byproduct: spills that threaten lives, communities and the environment.
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The Toro Co . celebrated its 100th anniversary on July 10, gathering more than 2,000 employees, retirees, channel and business partners, and other valued guests at the company's headquarters in Bloomington, Minn.
Karin Housley figured she had more than enough to do this year. Running for another public office didn't look like it would fit in.
"There are not enough children to be killed to be safe," says Karen Redleaf Schraufnagel, a Jew and an organizer for Minnesota Coalition for Palestinian Rights, spoke to the now weekly gathering of support for Palestinian victims of the Israeli bombing of Gaza.
Updated: 07/29/2014 6:17 PM Created: 07/29/2014 4:44 PM WDIO.com By: Briggs LeSavage email@example.com Minnesotans earning minimum wage will start seeing a raise in their pay checks starting Friday when a new state law takes effect and bumps up pay for thousands of workers statewide.
In response to severe June storms that caused widespread flooding, the state of Minnesota is asking the federal government to add 30 counties and two tribal governments to the eight that have already been declared federal disaster areas.
Minnesota Democrats enjoy campaign cash advantages in all races for statewide office as the party seeks to keep its current grip on power.
Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/politics/2014/07/28/th-district-primary-emmer-leans-lessons-learned/13304445/ It was true when Emmer played hockey in college, pressed his case as a trial attorney or took on fellow lawmakers in the Minnesota House.
A group of home care workers has filed suit in federal court to block implementation of a law authorizing unionization of their ranks.
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Political Quarry Blog: Race for auditor a surprise headline Matt Entenza is challenging fellow DFLer and incumbent Rebecca Otto.
The grumbling was evident last week when U.S. Sen. Al Franken turned down an invitation by Minnesota Public Radio to debate his Republican and Independence Party challengers at the Minnesota State Fair.
State Rep. Pat Garofalo, a Farmington Republican, says his city should host a possible special legislative session to address spring flooding damage.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:15 am
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