President Trump’s credibility continues to crumble even among his own team with his implicit endorsement of white supremacy groups.
Broadband internet has become a critical tool for growing jobs and economic development in outstate Minnesota.
Gov. Mark Dayton and the Republican legislative leaders are now embroiled in what could be a costly and trust-eroding legal battle.
Why it matters: A plan to limit premium increases will help people keep their health insurance.
Politics and wildlife management frequently conflict, and we suspect the decision by Gov. Mark Dayton to keep the Lake Mille Lacs walleye season open will backfire.
The appeals court ruling this week tossing the libel verdict in favor of Jesse Ventura was welcome.
Obama’s actions put teeth into current gun law and bolster the resources for more rigorous enforcement. They also create a fairer playing field for gun commerce.
A plan to restore pheasant habitat will help stem the drastic decline in pheasant numbers and improve the environment for everyone.
A federal judge has ruled Minnesota’s sex offender law is unconstitutional and he will act forcefully to change it if the Legislature does not.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision on housing discrimination was overshadowed but provided important protections.
The lack of a comprehensive compromise on transportation seems even more troublesome given all sides were agreeing on the major issue.
With the new evaluation systems in place, we can work toward ensuring our children have the best teachers possible even during hard times.
More efforts are needed to reduce the growing problem of illegal and prescription drug deaths.
Why it matters: Those in need don’t have powerful lobbyists to press their case.
It’s becoming more and more clear that Minnesota legislators will have to do something, and do it sooner than later.
There’s plenty left to be done when it comes to improving the status of women in Minnesota.
Providing limited immunity to those who seek help from a potentially deadly situation isn’t going to increase drug use. It would, however, save lives.
The U.S. continue progress on energy independence by approving a significant energy supply in the Keystone pipeline from Canada.
Reports show Minnesota has many outdated and obsolete boards and commissions that cost taxpayers millions.