The measure, deemed the “coal holiday bill,” got its first hearing in a Minnesota House committee on Tuesday.
MinnPost caught up with Dr. Ayaz Virji, who moved with his family to Minnesota in 2013 and experienced some tensions after Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim campaign rhetoric in 2016.
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For the first hundred years of the republic, presidential candidates were expected to stay home, say nothing specific about what they would do if elected, and modestly and demurely do nothing by way of gauche self-promotion. Seriously.
Not getting enough sleep was found to be particularly associated with eating more added sugars and more food in general.
There shouldn’t be any Major League Baseball World Series winner for 2017.
Running against big cities has long been part of GOP election campaigns. It is especially potent when there are no Republicans elected from those cities, as in the case in Minnesota.
The current round of changes is focused on easing bureaucracy, paperwork and monitoring the agency has decided is redundant or unhelpful.
After the group compared the St. Paul representative to ISIS, McCollum accused it of weaponizing antisemitism and hate.