Politics in Minnesota
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MNsure formally announced on Wednesday that it has taken on Deloitte Consulting for a roughly $5 million contract to lead short and long-term fixes to the patched-together health insurance exchange.
DHS computer troubles delay cost-lowering transfer under new law.
A key question remaining is whether police should be required to obtain a search warrant before deploying a Kingfish, Stingray or other such device in a criminal investigation.
DFLers hit swing districts to push accomplishments.
The Supreme Court decision in McCutcheon v. F.E.C is only a small skirmish in the larger war by some en route to their ultimate objective — neither limits on the amount of money spent for political purposes nor any disclosure
Minnesota’s $24 million Job Creation Fund has received more than one application a week on average since the program launched Jan. 1.
The Minnesota DNR's outgoing Parks and Trails director says there may be more work in store for him, perhaps with the National Park Service.
A book by Hendrick Smith explains in great detail how middle class families came to have less in comparable wages, benefits and assets, than their parents or grandparents.
The Metropolitan Council’s regional planning project figures to come in for a severe tongue lashing at an event April 22.
The Gold Standard program is a voluntary initiative that aims to convince contractors to offer homebuyers radon-resistant equipment.
In the governor’s race, businessman Scott Honour out-raised Gov. Mark Dayton.
It's unclear how Dayton's Republican challengers -- the governor faced a tough recount in 2010 -- stand compared to Dayton.
The signing ceremony, which was held before a packed crowd in the Capitol rotunda, had all the hallmarks of an election night celebration as Dayton and top DFL legislative leaders took turns at the dais to celebrate the state’s first such hike in nearly decade.
1) Gov. Mark Dayton and U.S. Sen. Al Franken are hovering below the 50 percent approval mark during a tough off-year election battle, according to a KSTP-SurveyUSA poll released on Sunday. Dayton’s approval rating is sitting at 49 percent, according to the poll, while Franken is slightly lower at 46 percent. President Barack Obama undercuts ...
Departed Executive Director April Todd-Malmlov talks in detail for the first time about the troubled insurance exchange's launch -- and the behind-the-scenes scramble to make it work.
Medical marijuana bill heard in Senate after governor’s remarks.
The former Florida governor sparked a conservative furor last week when he described illegal immigration in an interview as an “act of love” by people trying to provide for their families.
U.S. states are trying to capture corporate income taxes lost to offshore havens.
Teens don’t realize--or block out--That possessing a photo of a naked underage teen is child pornography, a felony.
In this era of partisan presidencies, what matters the most is how the party defines itself, not who becomes president.