From time-delay safes and medication disposal units in pharmacies to public education efforts, CVS Pharmacies is taking action; we call on other private-sector entities, organizations and individuals to consider the ways they can help and get involved.
Minnesota is one of only two states lacking a statute terminating parental rights for a person found to have conceived a child by rape or incest.
May we someday have cause to experience another world event on the same scale of wonder and joy.
Last week President Donald Trump tried to greenwash his record by claiming that he wants America to have “the cleanest water.” In reality, his administration has launched a relentless assault on Minnesota’s waters, outdoors and communities.
How do we come up with a set of fair practices that treat tenants fairly and help landlords accurately determine the risk associated with an applicant for vacant rental housing? By looking at evidence of what is working and what isn’t.
Except in the case of math teachers, teacher licensure exams have been shown to be a murky indicator of how effective an aspiring teacher will be, research has shown.
Strategists and academic experts are now bracing for what Michael McDonald, a University of Florida political scientist, has called “a voter turnout storm of a century.”
Natural climate solutions – such as reforestation, planting cover crops, and limiting conversion of grassland to farmland – could mitigate as much as one-fifth of the net annual greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., a recent study found.
I visited the El Paso Processing Center, which houses both men and women. It was just like a prison.
The St. Louis Park brouhaha over the Pledge recalls its colorful, somewhat checkered past — including turbulence here in Minnesota during the governorship nearly two decades ago of Jesse Ventura.
History shows that “easy” tariff wars are not all that easy.
Voices of negativity and self-doubt too often dominate the minds of our youth, and it’s critical that we surround teens with positive voices to ensure they know they’re loved for who they are and that they have a great future ahead of them.
We believe that if policymakers can envision a contemporary version of ideas in the original New Deal, a climate-friendly and socially just American agriculture is within reach.
The policies within the Minneapolis 2040 Plan that address land use practices that have been racially biased are one small way to address disparities.
The president’s unwillingness or inability to directly confront Putin has long been known, but it remains as unacceptable as it is inexplicable.
Society isn’t well served by a probation system that sets up too many adults for failure or is used unnecessarily on some juvenile offenders. The Legislature needs to revisit the issue in the next session.
Parents have joined us because educator support professionals are the most racially diverse group of employees in the schools. We’re the role models for many students because we’re adults, professionals and we look like them.
How about we start with a collective apology, followed by an invitation to talk?
Using the most conservative estimate of 10 acres per megawatt, it would require roughly 60,000 acres or about 94 square miles to achieve our state goal of 10 percent solar by 2030. This is about 0.1 percent of Minnesota’s entire land area.
Between 2008 and 2013, fine particle pollution in Minnesota decreased by about 10 percent. Ozone pollution rates remained unchanged.