Politics in Minnesota
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The city is taking a new approach to improvements starting with a study of the historic structures and existing conditions on the site.
The bill fixes some language that contractors found objectionable and it eases some of the more onerous paperwork burdens.
Gov. Mark Dayton is threatening to veto a compromise education budget if legislators don’t rise closer to his spending level, and has said he is willing to call a special session to get his way.
Retiring suburban senator says it’s time for ‘new energy from new folks.'
One Republican challenger is in, another is out in the 1st Congressional District.
Against the backdrop of brimming post-recession optimism, the worker shortage looming for years is beginning to sting as baby boomers retire and the pipeline of new workers undershoots demand.
Thief River Falls kicks in $2.2 million for the project that promises almost 50 new jobs.
Officials hope to turn a swath of downtown St. Paul into one of several zones across the nation that showcase sustainable development.
Removing stations and track at the “west end of the line” could shave more than $100 million.
The board agreed it was better to enact its own sales tax to be used within the county’s borders rather than contribute more to a metro-wide sales tax pool for transit projects.
Taxes and transportation remain sticking points as the House and Senate are effectively deadlocked on budget bill negotiations.
Policy bills are indeed passing, and some non-controversial pieces have a good chance to become law this year.
The impending closure of the upper lock will have a major impact on the two remaining barge-reliant businesses that are above St. Anthony Falls: Aggregate Industries and Northern Metal Recycling.
A profound demographic shift requires new thinking, innovation and reform in providing long-term care.
A response to David Strom's commentary on Minnesota's gas tax.
Both the urban neighborhood partnerships and the more regional Greater Minnesota partnerships are each part of much larger national networks that are gaining ground in many states.
Language in both the House and Senate bills would expand the role of the private sector in transportation projects through a “public-private partnership” pilot program.
Cirrus unveiled plans last week to move its customer-facing operations, including sales, maintenance and training, to a warmer, less volatile climate in Knoxville.
Shakopee officials say the amount available to Amazon and the city over the TIF’s nine-year life could fall closer to $2 million after Scott County claims its share.
The university identified 100 labs and more than 330 pieces of equipment that could be affected by light rail.