The University of Minnesota, founded on tribal land with a history of injustices against Native Americans, is now finding ways to reckon with that past.
Samuels, who is trying to unseat U.S. Rep Ilhan Omar, pledged to take community members’ concerns to Washington.
Chief Justice Lorie Gildea said the people investigating Sen. Gene Dornink waited “long periods” between visiting his homes and waited too long before submitting their complaint ahead of the Tuesday primary election.
While Senate Democrats worked on getting the votes they need, senators approved bills that would support veterans and survivors of police officers who have died by suicide.
Farmfest has become the traditional first forum of state governor races, with candidates dressing down and often citing the most-recent relative who worked the land.
Reps. Dean Phillips and Angie Craig say the party needs a “new generation” of leadership in 2024. Reps. Betty McCollum and Ilhan Omar say that kind of talk is distracting.
Plus: ‘The Morning Dip,’ photography by Peggy Anderson at the Swedish Institute; reggae and more at a new music festival in Bloomington, and “Black Tongue” at Rosalux Gallery.
A new bill, called the Inflation Reduction Act, would extend the subsidies for another three years, at a cost to the federal government of $64 billion.