Is it time to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Minnesota? The answer may be yes, but when and how it is done in Minnesota is a critical issue.
To effectively respond to this threat, the U.S. needs an entirely new set of operational concepts. They will have to emphasize operating below the threshold of war.
A mandatory inclusionary housing policy articulates a city’s rightful role to prioritize the common good.
We encourage individuals and communities across Minnesota to speak up for their immigrant friends, coworkers, and neighbors.
One episode in particular — while Bush was U.S. ambassador to the U.N. — showed that he had “the vision thing” well before 1988.
It is important to implement a law banning the online sale of E-cigarettes, in the same way regular cigarettes can’t be sold online.
We should understand that in its time the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was a revolutionary articulation.
To move one child out of poverty, it takes an extraordinary amount of time, resources, and luck. To move thousands in a single school building, it takes a proverbial alignment of the stars.
There was a 7 percent state cut this year to services for people with disabilities that directly affects direct support professionals. That needs a legislative fix.
Removing barriers to ensure everyone in Minneapolis can get access to a widely accepted form of identification will help us share in the benefits of the city we care for, fight for, and call home.
If we nurture the entrepreneurial spirit of citizens and invest in key infrastructure like broadband, we can create the kind of sustainable rural economies that are buffered from the whims of global markets and faraway CEOs.
A new congressionally mandated report by the National Defense Strategy Commission surfaced some potentially serious implications of our current strategies in keeping future Americans safe.
Not only is my neighborhood sensational, there have only been two crime-related police calls in my immediate neighborhood in two decades.
As an employee of the Hennepin County hospital system for four years, I have seen the repercussion of HAIs firsthand.
The PolyMet mine project poses the largest loss of wetland acreage from any single project in the state. This is unprecedented.
The death earlier this month of Minnesota Vikings icon Bill Brown, at age 80, brought back memories of a little-known segment of his career and its place in the evolution of professional athletics.
An incoming Supreme Court justice is the headliner at a made-for-TV Republican Party event at a Republican White House. But rest assured, he’ll strive to be fair to everybody.
Undeniably, Republicans have a statewide problem in that the election indicates the party held only its base and decidedly lost the centrist, independent voters who had supported Republicans in significant numbers in recent years.
As someone who shares many identity markers with Omar, her victory made me both happy and proud — but more than that, I felt accepted.
Not all adolescents across Minnesota receive comprehensive sexuality education — including discussions on safer-sex practices — from their schools because state statutes don’t require it.