No legislation will completely eliminate the problem, but making it more difficult for thieves to transport and sell stolen catalytic converters will help.
Giant bills consisting of unrelated provisions lack transparency, prevent accountability, and are unconstitutional.
I am introducing legislation to impose a ban on fees for freezing your credit records. A handful of other states ban these fees, but Minnesota does not.
A new report cites a 1-in-20 chance of “beyond catastrophic” climate change, threatening the very survival of our descendants.
What if Republicans repealed Minnesota’s campaign finance reforms and nobody knew about it? Unfortunately, that is happening right now.
Trump may be the worst offender, but other political candidates are increasingly appealing to bigotry and hateful stereotypes to gain support.
The Worker Dignity bill (SF 890) will improve the lives of all low-income workers and their families, boost their productivity, and stimulate the economy.
Beginning this month, Minnesota entrepreneurs and investors will be able to go into business as Public Benefit Corporations.
Although the law has no legal impact elsewhere, it may help increase public pressure on the industry, speeding up the elimination of triclosan nationally.
Cities are divided into zones, with each garbage hauler retaining its share of the market, but servicing a discrete region.
As soon as the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented, it is time to turn our attention to completing the promise of Medicare for all.
In the Minnesota Legislature, there is a push for a transition to a sustainable energy economy.
Over time, there has been growing recognition that LGBT families deserve fair treatment.
Now is the time for public officials to stand up to the NRA, and have a rational discussion over public safety and responsible gun laws.
The reality is that if we use public funds to address public needs, we create jobs.
Zygi Wilf spent several million dollars in lobbying and campaign contributions. So perhaps it was inevitable that he would win this huge taxpayer subsidy, despite strong opposition from the public.
During your State of the Union address, you explained why you are fighting for health care reform, expressed frustration at the lack of success, and invited others to suggest a better approach.