The parents of half of Minnesota’s kids say they’d welcome an adult mentor to help their children succeed, yet only about one in three has such a person available.
We are in the midst of a very predictable demographic shift, many years in the making. Let’s be ready.
On Oct. 28, the House DFL Caucus released our comprehensive policy agenda to tackle teen vaping and nicotine addiction.
Minnesota has a choice. It can choose a future where new vehicles pollute less, and drivers can spend less on gas. Or it can choose to be left behind, and watch as 40% of Americans move forward with better vehicles.
Close to 28 million American citizens lack health insurance, and even those with coverage struggle to afford the premiums and co-pays.
Change is coming in the ways we use money and the financial opportunities available to us. Minnesotans can and should help lead the next digital revolution.
We never asked Uncle Dick what he did in the Great War. It was a taboo subject when we were growing up in the 1950s.
If we do not strategically set out to shift our culture and the way we interact with each other, the status quo will persist, and we are likely to continue the pattern of disparities.
At least some members of the medical profession are advocating for a change in terminology.
What if I were to tell you there’s a type of transportation that has no engine and consumes no fuel?
Ranked-choice voting goes to the root of the problems of our outdated and failing two-party system, which has led to an unprecedented era of division, hyper-partisanship, and gridlock.
The neo-Nazi movement’s online recruitment and propaganda techniques employ hate music, videos, podcasts, and even political campaigning.
Minneapolis 2040 was a remarkable step in the right direction toward a more sustainable future.
We may have just seen the first skirmish in a war between Big Oil and clean energy in Minnesota. And clean energy won.
Moving the needle on community impact starts with helping Minnesotans identify, explore and connect with their personal purposes.
Recognizing genocides does not lead to further ignorance of other genocides, as the representative suggests. The opposite is true.
It is critical that our members of Congress fight for a United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) that encourages trade and fosters an environment that secures Medical Alley’s leadership position as the global epicenter of health innovation and care.
I know what sort of people they are: skilled professionals, and decent human beings committed to the national good, faithful to their oaths of office.
In 2012 Minnesota became the first state to reject a ban on same-sex marriage. Yet a bill to ban the use of conversion therapy on minors and vulnerable adults failed just this past year.
The case, a combination of three separate lawsuits, addresses whether the federal anti-discrimination employment laws extend to lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgender individuals.