Ask yourself when you last saw a film, read a book or watched a television program about World War I.
The Omnibus Pension and Retirement Bill shores up the long-term stability of pension funds for 173,000 public employees, which provide benefits for 511,000 people.
In addition to reducing serious injury accidents, roundabouts have lower maintenance costs than a traffic signal intersection.
There are good reasons to criticize how Mayo Clinic has handled its plans for phasing out inpatient hospital care in Albert Lea. Destination Medical Center is not one of them.
The fact is that today, much more so than in the past, medicine is a partnership between the patient and the physician.
The simplest, easiest-to-enforce solution would be to mandate life jacket use for all boaters at all times, with the possible exception of passengers on commercial vessels.
A congressional seat without an incumbent doesn’t happen very often. It’s a prize that could tempt a state legislator to give up a secure seat.
“People feel like alcohol is acceptable, that it’s not a drug. I bet if you ask people, most of them will say that alcohol is not a drug,” says Olmsted County health educator Abby Larson.
The Impartial Justice Act, a proposed constitutional amendment, attempts to keep money and partisan politics out of Minnesota’s judicial system.