Politics in Minnesota
Updated: 27 min 42 sec ago
House Republicans quietly pushed to bump up the furnishings allocation by $2 million, or 45 percent.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development reported Thursday that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was at 4 percent. It’s the first highest since May 2014 and a tick above the 3.9 percent for June.
Encompassing vendor pavilions, an amphitheater, service building, restaurants, museum, plazas and landscape areas, the West End Market replaces an area once known as Heritage Square
Overall, Minnesota ranks 31st among the 50 states, a “moderate” ranking lying between “fair” and “low."
The Marquette University Law School poll showed Clinton ahead of Walker 52 percent to 42 percent among 802 registered voters.
House State Government Finance Committee members repeatedly questioned why State Auditor Rebecca Otto did not attended a meeting that was principally about her.
Observers and participants are predicting a full DFL field in the effort to find Dill’s successor.
The administration circulated draft bill language that included no-interest loans to resorts, sporting-goods stores, restaurants and other businesses experiencing a downturn in revenue since the early-August halt of walleye fishing
University of Minnesota-Duluth is developing and field testing new techniques for detecting decay in bridges with timber pilings, arches, trusses or other structures.
Unions are fighting the practice known as “double-breasting,” when contractors set up a separate non-union company to get around collectively bargained obligations.
The recommended route would have a station near Keats Avenue in Lake Elmo before turning right at Lake Elmo Avenue and crossing I-94 south into Woodbury.
Court of Appeals Judge Natalie Hudson was appointed Tuesday to the Supreme Court by Governor Dayton. The other finalists were Court of Appeals Judge Margaret Chutich and Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal.
During his Brooklyn Park visit, Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called for replacing Obamacare with tax credits tied to age.
While Congress remains stalled on a long-term plan for funding highways, state lawmakers and governors aren’t waiting around.
As Joe Biden considers challenging Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, their long relationship is being tested anew.
Scott Dibble, Nekima Levy-Pounds, Amy Koch and Jeff Kolb expound on the pressing questions of the day.
Imagine a wild-eyed futurist getting up in front of a crowd of Minnesota business and education leaders in 1995, and boldly making these three outlandish predictions.
Lawmakers tasked with considering legislative actions expressed bipartisan disinterest in the notion of a special session.
Bonding proposals range from outdoor recreation to disaster preparation.
A new market analysis shows West Seventh Street is already well-traveled, connected to employment and entertainment destinations, and primed with redevelopment sites.