At the same time that we have had all the advances in the DNA technology of genealogy, we’ve had a backlash of our politics into something quite the opposite – a descent into an anti-science nativism.
I hope people dust off the New Deal and consider those ideas as a pathway out.
HR 5598, a bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum of Minnesota’s 5th District, would ban sulfide-ore copper mining on all federal public lands in the Rainy River Drainage Basin in Minnesota.
We need our nonprofits in Minnesota right now and they need us. Let’s innovate, support each other, and give where we can.
Applying broad-brush model in the United States is not possible without deeply damaging the fabric of American life.
We believe this plan will not only be damaging to students, but can potentially dismantle the Minneapolis Public Schools, pushing the door wide open for privatization.
With both spouses suddenly working at home, there is a new dynamic.
Three weeks ago I was looking forward not only to spring break but a break from dining hall food, showering in flip flops, and the heavy load of readings that come with life at college. Now, I look forward to when I will be able to return to all of this.
COVID-19 invites us to reinvent ourselves with innovation based on back-to-basics premises. The old party’s over, but a new and better one may begin.
Hoarding much more than needed isn’t just unnecessary, it’s a selfish act that harms others.
The obsessive focus of the city and its development partners on an entertainment complex for UHT is far less than an optimum choice as its center.
Pandemics don’t reflect traditional conceptions of the distribution of power among states. Rather, they are fundamentally transnational issues that can only be solved or mitigated through international cooperation.
Over the past five years, generous farmers have donated 30 million pounds of produce to Second Harvest Heartland to distribute to Minnesota food shelves and meal programs.
While Gov. Tim Walz’s administration is working hard to repair past relationships with tribes, some counties are doing the opposite — trying to divide us.
After decades of research and innovative practices, can’t we see that the greatest untapped resource for schools and the community are the students and parents themselves?
As we age, all of us will face challenges. These challenges, however, grow significantly when one is part of the LGBTQ community.
People with disabilities ages 16 to 64 participated in the U.S. workforce at a rate of 33.6% in 2019, compared to a rate of 77.4% for people without disabilities.
We risk being left behind as opportunity and innovation are embraced in other parts of the country and the world.
The Great Start for All Minnesota Children Act increases funding for the state’s child care assistance program and increases the provider rates.
“We need these minerals.” A mining supporter repeated the industry mantra yet again. No matter that our waters are more important and more valuable than those minerals.