Both GOP and DFL proposed changes seem to be going nowhere.
There’s interest in broader e-pollbook use and tech upgrades for voter records, but differences remain over online voter registration.
The governor is proposing $600 million in tax cuts, which includes federal tax conformity and repeal of several business-to-business taxes.
With another study ahead, it appears statewide use of the voting technology won’t be considered for at least another year.
His statements — coming more than three weeks after the alleged incident — contradict those of City Council Member Andrew Johnson, who stands by his story.
An outside look at the beating of a City Council member’s aide at a Feb. 4 precinct caucus would ensure “transparency and impartiality,” she said.
DFL Rep. Phyllis Kahn says she is sorry for minimizing injuries of a woman who was beaten at the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood caucus.
Mohamud Noor won a majority of delegates in his state House race with incumbent DFL Rep. Phyllis Kahn.
Challenger Mohamud Noor will likely get a bump at the Cedar-Riverside DFL caucus that was halted Feb. 4 after a fight broke out.
City Council member Abdi Warsame’s role in a state House race also swept up City Hall and has fractured the city’s East African political community.
But staff, leaders and lawmakers acknowledge that they’ve got a long ways to go.
The board soon will approve hiring another outside vendor to fix the exchange’s ongoing technology problems.
Police break up the meeting after a pre-caucus argument carries over into disputes among supporters of Rep. Phyllis Kahn and her challenger, Mohamud Noor.
Four months after its launch, MNsure still has not solved many of the major call-center issues — and now it’s gearing up for a busy last two months of open enrollment.
They hope to bring 10 million people here in 2023 for an event that many young folks never heard of and many older people don’t know still exists.
The biggest decision: whether to stick with making small step-by-step improvements, or blow up the whole thing and start over.
The report says it would be difficult to fix many of the glitches before the end of March and that manual workarounds would have to continue.
The long list includes familiar projects, such as civic centers in Rochester, Mankato and St. Cloud.
The governor said he looks forward to an audit of the state-based insurance exchange to provide answers.
Both DFL and Republican legislators questioned MNsure’s past missteps — and future concerns about its long-term solvency.