As of today, Dayton has vetoed 78 bills.
The county’s population peaked at around 18,000 in 1960. By 2050, it could be less than half that.
At the heart of the fight in Minneapolis over the “tip credit” is the question of how much tipped servers actually earn. It’s a question without any good answers.
For one thing, applications for H-1B visas in Minnesota have been on the rise. But not all those applications are the same.
The efficiency gap standard recently helped convince a panel of federal judges that Wisconsin’s legislative districts are illegally gerrymandered.
Veterans of the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium are making a new piece of educational software called “Re@l Experiences at Life.”
Institutions like the University of Minnesota and Mayo Clinic get a lot of research funding from the feds. But soon, there might be a lot less to go around.
Altogether, opioid prescriptions dropped from about 3.9 million in 2015 to 3.5 million in 2016.
In Minnesota, 38 percent of American Indian students missed 10 percent or more days of school last year — the highest rate of any racial or ethnic group. Why?
Minnesota’s jury summons rate is much lower than the national average. That might not be a bad thing, though.
Last year, at least one in six students in Minnesota school districts and charter schools missed 10 percent or more days of the school year.
Changes in the economy and the organizing environment have dealt blows to the labor movement.