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Serving all Minnesotans during COVID-19

We believe that informed citizens make for a better community, and a key to our nonprofit mission is serving all of Minnesota, not just those who can afford it.

COVID-19 coverage
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In this unprecedented time, local, trustworthy news has never been more important. As a reader-supported, nonprofit newsroom, we believe it’s our duty to bring you context and clarity around the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on Minnesota.

That’s why MinnPost reporters are working tirelessly to keep you up to date with reliable information, take you in depth into policy decisions, and give you facts and insight to help make sense of a challenging time.

We also believe that informed citizens make for a better community, and a key to our public service mission is serving all Minnesotans, not just those who can afford it. So we’re keeping all of our reporting free to all, as always.

Even though it doesn’t cost anything to read MinnPost, it does take considerable expense for us to produce rigorous, independent reporting. So during #GiveAtHomeMN, a weeklong statewide giving campaign, will you support public-service journalism in Minnesota with a gift to our nonprofit newsroom?


We know this is a difficult financial time for many of our readers. But if you’re able, a donation of any amount keeps our essential reporting an accessible resource for everyone.

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Donations of ALL sizes help ensure that our reporters have the resources they need to produce insightful, in-depth coverage. Will you give now, at any amount, to keep our nonprofit newsroom going strong?

And regardless of your capacity to give right now, thank you for reading MinnPost.