There have been some interesting developments in recent weeks that lead one to believe that strong, proactive management of health insurance exchanges by states can lead to positive results.
Much of the Governor’s proposal ends up serving as a middle ground between the legislative proposals.
Here’s three specific reforms we should get in return for opening the door to increasing legislative salaries.
Ortman’s resume — in the Senate over a decade, former Deputy Majority Leader, a caucus leader on tax and legal issues — stacks up comparably against many of the other named contenders.
Big Government’s not coming to tax your Dyson. It’s attempting to deal with a real issue that can impact our environmental quality.
During his State of the State address a couple of weeks ago, Governor Mark Dayton asked for critics of his budget plan to come up with their own “Plan C.”
On taxes, Minnesota continues to be below the national average, and slightly ahead of neighboring states like South Dakota and Wisconsin.
The top 4 areas the newly-minted Democratic majorities should look at as their top priorities.
The elite agenda for “fixing” our economy calls for significant doses of sacrifice from the middle class and working poor and precious little sacrifice from them.
A new Congressional Research Service study shows that as the tax rate increases, GDP growth is unaffected.
In a few decades we may look back and realize that President Barack Obama took the most concrete step of any President in the Roe v. Wade era towards reducing the occurrence of abortion.
A look at the impacts of open enrollment on the schools in the Eastern Carver County School District (District 112).
Let’s take a look at some of the important legislation in education, and what the last couple of weeks of the session may mean.