Can you imagine having an application rejected because you don’t have a middle name and didn’t write “N/A” or “None”? Sadly, this isn’t a figment of the imagination.
Klobuchar’s New Hampshire finish; interview with Stephanie Schriock of Emily’s List; Rep. Angie Craig gets a bill passed; and more.
ALSO: Ragamala Dance Company’s “Written in Water” at the Ordway; “What God Is Honored Here?” readings at University Club of St. Paul.
Around the world, communities are using “Rights of Nature” laws to defend waterways, species and more from human threats.
Women appear to benefit even more than men by combining aerobic physical activity with muscle-strengthening exercises.
We need a statewide effort to define what responsible mining means in a 21st-century economy, how it should be regulated, encouraged, and, once permitted, how it should be governed.
Meanwhile, at the Legislature, bills by Republicans and DFLers are also seeking to respond to the reality and perception that Metro Transit trains and buses aren’t safe.
As a lack of affordable child care has increasingly become a concern around Minnesota, new spending for the CCAP program is one way legislators from both parties are mulling how the government can help families enroll kids in early learning.