The public property encroachment along part of the lake is a well-kept secret.
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Not only is nuclear power safer than fossil fuels, but it can provide the energy that Minnesota needs to keep the water running, the lights on and the whole state ready for cold snaps.
If prescription price setting legislation stifles innovation and puts the next generation of treatments and cures for millions of Americans at risk, we will have lost our critical edge.
PSEO stands for Post Secondary Enrollment Options and it allows 10th, 11th, and 12th graders to take college classes for high school and college credit at little to no cost.
The Jack Reynolds Memorial Medigap Expansion Act would expand coverage for the gap left by what Medicare doesn’t cover to dialysis patients under 65, many of whom can’t get that coverage right now.
After nearly 40 years as a licensed profession allegedly founded on the bedrock of social justice did we only just realize the profession is 90% white?
It is now time, in the June special legislative session, to make a bold push for background checks for all gun sales, red flag laws, etc.
The value of investing in housing stability for youth and young families has never been clearer.
Minnesota legislators have proposed a 100% Clean Energy Bill to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. I urge everyone to join this fight.
By neglecting to address the crisis, we are harming our communities and future generations.
What ever happened to the Republican Party founded by Abraham Lincoln?
It is more important than ever to keep guns out of the hands of those who are criminally or psychologically unqualified to own them.
We all agree that we need to lower out-of-pocket costs for patients, but we cannot sacrifice innovation in the process.
The tar sands oil is toxic and specialized technology that will periodically fail. The future market for oil is shrinking.
During the pandemic, health care distributors have adapted to ensure manufacturers’ products reached the hardest hit areas and the most vulnerable patients.
It would be nice if utilities could decarbonize with the flip of a switch, but the Minnesota Power case shows how unrealistic that can be.
I believe that if children are taught from a young age more about climate change, it will greatly reduce the number of misconceptions that are spread.
Thanks to the governor’s leadership in providing state funding, many centers have stayed afloat. But this will end on Dec. 31, and without this vital support I don’t know how we will continue.
Let’s do our best to find ways to work together, respect one another and move forward.
Copper-nickel mining isn’t top of mind, but the connection to fighting climate change is key to understand.