Their bill failed to pass this session, but Rep. Ami Wazlawik, DFL-White Bear Lake, and Sen. Karin Housley, R-Stillwater, plan to introduce the bipartisan measure to restrict HOAs again next year.
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Staff working at the St. Paul-based nonprofit Guild have developed strategies to help their clients become more comfortable with the idea of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
The labor shortage is real. But where workers have gone and what it will take to motivate their return remains unclear.
In both the Minneapolis Spokseman and the St. Paul Recorder, Newman pledged to “speak out fearlessly and unceasingly against injustices, discriminations, and all imposed inequities.”
With five deaths announced Saturday and nine on Sunday, the death toll for the pandemic now stands at 7,549 in Minnesota.
MinnPost is one of just two newsrooms in Minnesota that have a Washington correspondent — a reporter who lives in D.C. and is dedicated to combing through the news in Washington and distilling it into what really matters for Minnesotans.
At Grand Casino’s locations in Mille Lacs and Hinckley and at Treasure Island, gaming floors are open but some other amenities are either still closed or only partially open.