The appointment continues the meteoric rise of Smith, who — until relatively recently — had been a consummate, behind-the-scenes operator.
Minnesota’s clean – incredibly rare – wealth of freshwater is its future.
“Several people here have had to quit because their home-based day care closed,” said Lynda Everson, HR director for Brunswick Boat Group. “It’s a constant frustration in our employee base.”
The boats are credited with helping Winnipeg grow quickly in the 1870s.
Clark, a longtime champion of LGBTQ issues, and Allen, the first Native American woman elected to the state Legislature, both announced they would be retiring after the 2018 session.
The purpose of the ID cards is to offer those who can’t or don’t have traditional forms of identification something that could be used to open bank accounts, cash checks and even rent apartments.
The forecast was released at an already complicated time. The relationship between Gov. Mark Dayton and GOP leaders remains rocky, and lawmakers are facing a short session at the start of a major election year.
The project offers more than $2 billion in economic impact, will better meet our needs for affordable and reliable liquid fuels, and will enhance the safety of our environment.
State budget officials and economists released the November economic forecast Tuesday morning, showing “significant risk” in the budget for the final year of the 2018 and 2019 biennium.
The focus on sexual harassment at the Minnesota Capitol has been encouraging for women who work in politics, but more than a few wonder whether more training and a few new policies will fix anything.
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