Getting closer to funding U.S. defense in 2022, Rep. Pete Stauber has a challenger and Rep. Dean Phillips channels his inner grumpy old man.
One thing it won’t do: rid the state of all lead service lines, a stated goal of President Joe Biden.
Biden visited the North Star state, Omar got wrapped up in more far-right harassment and Smith introduced a bill that could help save lives.
If the Supreme Court decides to overturn Roe v. Wade, Minnesota will be one of the only states in the region with access to legal abortion.
Biden approval rating tanks, Rep. Angie Craig’s midterm opponent faces some controversy and butter gets a big day in Congress.
Youngkin distanced himself from Trump, while appealing to voters’ fear and anger over education issues.
Plus: explaining the origin of “Let’s go Brandon,” Republicans on inflation and Minnesota Reps. introduce Veterans Day legislation.
A win for Rep. Angie Craig in the Build Back Better Act, the GOP’s caravan anxieties and Sen. Amy Klobuchar on gun mods.
Biden announces a new compromise reconciliation framework, Facebook’s algorithms get exposed and a rally for Supreme Court reform.
Even if Biden did what progressives are calling for, experts say it would do little to change the larger structural issues with post-secondary education in the U.S.
Smith’s climate plan gets shot down, Klobuchar’s voting rights bill filibustered and Craig celebrates waterskiing.
On Wednesday, the Biden administration announced it will seek a “mineral withdrawal” for lands in the Rainy River watershed in Superior National Forest, near the Boundary Waters.
The study, begun in the final days of the Obama administration, was canceled by former President Donald Trump just four months shy of its completion.
Democrats raised the debt limit, DHS announced opening of the northern border and Rep. Tom Emmer urged Americans to learn to code.
The bill sets out standards for determining whether a redistricting plan unfairly favors one party, and clarifies the role of federal courts in the process.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen testified before a Senate committee about the company’s pursuit of growth in the face of real harms it was causing — and brought documents to back up her case.
A Facebook whistleblower, a challenger to Rep. Betty McCollum and a federal boost for ranked choice voting — for state and local elections.