The way forward is to do something different in Minnesota so the Republican Party is competitive in all parts of the state.
Low-property-wealth rural districts — knowing that their taxpayers have to shoulder a higher proportion of any referendum ask — are being forced to triage their bonding asks.
The new large swath of red on the political map overlooks a lot, especially how divided women are on the future of mining.
Exactly what policies the DFL may be able to send to Walz’s desk with a new House majority is far from clear. But Tuesday’s election results may be as much about what won’t get passed by the Legislature as what will get through.
Contributing equally if not more to Stauber’s victory was his local bona fides. “I knew the family,” was the phrase most often used in voter interviews on Election Day.
The decision marks a pivotal moment for the $1 billion project — and could have political ramifications just days before the Nov. 6 elections.
Even if the market for industrial hemp becomes viable, a green revolution isn’t likely to result from mass production of the crop.
With Gov. Mark Dayton leaving office, the buffer law has become one of the top natural resource issues in the governor’s race between Republican Jeff Johnson and DFLer Tim Walz.
Northern Community Radio, which went on the air in 1976, is an independent affiliate of National Public Radio.
Restocking wolves on Isle Royale is the first time that the National Park Service has intervened in a designated wilderness area to manipulate a predator-prey relationship.
The problem is especially stark in Minnesota. The state was ranked as the fifth least affordable in the U.S. for infant care, according to a 2017 report from the national Child Care Aware organization.
As demographic changes transform the student makeup of many classrooms around the state, they have also impacted the state’s high school sports scene.
The sector includes companies that make everything from massive conveyor belts to radiators and air coolers to replacement parts for machines that crush ore to special tools used by miners.
In many respects, 2018 was a long and winding road back to square one for Minnesota’s wild rice standard.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), a program that funds our outdoor spaces in all 50 states, is set to expire on Sept. 30 if Congress doesn’t act.
“We have had an influx of new families that have managed to come to Long Prairie, and they have their kids in our schools, which is absolutely great,” said Mayor Don Rasmussen.
With help from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the state’s garlic growers have embarked on an effort to see if Minnesota garlic can become a full-fledged industry.
If you look at the electoral map of Minnesota in 2016, it’s possible to conclude that the DFL no longer is a statewide party.
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