Rep. Angie Craig will not defund the police, Olympic gymnasts share their story at the Capitol and a rally at Rep. Jim Hagedorn’s office.
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Democrats argue over budget reconciliation, Amy Klobuchar reveals her fight with cancer and Jim Hagedorn under fire.
Withdrawal from Afghanistan; Texas abortion law; and the Squad protests Line 3.
An unauthorized trip to Kabul, Angie Craig comes out against “Defund the Police,” and the corporate response to George Floyd’s death.
Minnesota’s delegation on Afghanistan, controversy over an SBA meeting, and a bomb threat at the Capitol.
An infrastructure bill finally passed, where $17 billion in federal aid to Minnesota businesses went and MyPillow guy’s legal woes.
Infrastructure moves; the eviction ban; and Emmer on what makes America beautiful.
The Capitol Police speak out about Jan. 6, a Minnesota fourth grader prompts political outrage and things get heated in the House.
COVID-19 hits the White House, Omar and Phillips team up against hate and a windfall of funds possible for Minnesota projects.
Emmer’s influence on the 2022 midterm elections, Omar’s not invited to the Middle East and the Canadian border is… still closed.
Minnesota’s delegation heads home, Hagedorn announces reoccurrence of kidney cancer and a Minnesota conspiracy theorist unveiled.
A bipartisan 1/6 commission, roadblocks to an infrastructure package, and Omar doubles down.
The success of an infrastructure deal and the failure of a voting rights package, trouble at the northern border and Doug Emhoff’s cool Minnesotan ex.
More awkward moments, a fatalistic Russian leader and Minnesota’s youngest 2021 Pulitzer Prize recipient.
Biden trading Republicans in infrastructure deals; calls for more Minnesota police investigations and the power of $300.
Trump’s short life as a blogger, the January 6 commission controversy and a Minnesota political power family.
Reporting on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death; Rep. Pete Stauber calls Donald Trump back to Minnesota; and some drama at the southern border.
Ceasefire in the Mideast, presidential tax returns and that Capitol “tour.”
Minnesota Republicans celebrate Cheney’s removal, revisionist history of the Jan. 6 insurrection and saying goodbye to a Minnesota newspaper legend.
Trump starts blogging, a guilty Minnesota Boogaloo Boi, and calls for even more child care support.