MinnesotaCare is a state program that for 26 years has provided affordable, reliable health care for eligible working families.
Among them: Issues motivate participation, and candidates can make a difference.
Josie R. Johnson has made an indelible imprint on our nation, and I am proud that the Humphrey School is commemorating her contributions.
Twelve years. That’s all the time we have to make one degree of change.
Once lies have been circulated, especially in a social media era, they are hard to correct, and evidence suggests deception travels more quickly and deeper than the truth.
Roughly half of Minnesota kids are not fully prepared to succeed when they begin kindergarten, and too many of them never do catch up.
If there were ever an issue that needed your support, it’s gun violence prevention. It’s now a matter of civic responsibility.
The alternative to fury and dominating power is nonviolence. Nonviolence cultivates the spiritual, moral, and psychological discipline not to demonize opponents.
As the climate has changed, growing vegetables has become increasingly difficult. I have personally felt the impact of climate change in my work as a grower.
Now that the traumatic process of adding a new justice to the U.S. Supreme Court is finally over, we can ask what this might mean for the court, the presidency and the country.
Her letters stopped. Thirty years later, we had a chance encounter, and I learned the real reason she had so suddenly disappeared from my life.
Voting is the baseline civic duty this year. But this year in particular, it’s not enough.
It’s time for people with housing to not cling to the story they heard that someone chooses to be homeless or that it’s too expensive to fix.
DEED thinks it knows what’s good for us, but it doesn’t. It should work to expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities by leaving the choice of what type of employment best suits us to us.
In 2016, I was diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). My first thought was, what is that??
Our future is uncertain. It demands a realistic assessment of our role in the world and what that means for us at home.
I hope this new president challenges Minnesota in ways that make us uncomfortable and enable us as a state to do more and be better.
Times are changing, the militarization of police is on the increase, and pressure by Chilean mining and pipeline companies to militarize northern Minnesota is bearing fruit.
Despite all the talk about Chinese investment in Africa, America remains our preferred partner.
It is time for U.S. consumers, including those in Minnesota, to involve themselves in responsible sourcing of materials. It should not be acceptable to simply say “not here because this place is special to me.”