Non-exclusionary disciplinary policies teach kids how to be responsible for their own behavior and take ownership of their education.
“Gun control” is outdated and divisive language that mischaracterizes the intent of today’s gun violence prevention movement.
April 2 is Equal Pay Day, the date that marks how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned the year before.
We must reject the Trump-Pence administration’s attack on the nation’s family planning program and fight back against this new attempt to deny communities in Minnesota access to reproductive health care.
We now have an opportunity to set up a different system where we the people actually can have some control over the process.
We’ve reached a point in this country where our children are begging the adults to do something about gun violence to keep them from being shot in their schools.
We believe that Rep. Ilhan Omar’s knowledge of Central American and her own history as a refugee will assist the U.S. in developing a foreign policy that is more sensitive to human rights and more humane to refugees.
Today’s “New Deal” should harness the powers of the market and American innovation so we can save America from a financial collapse while also saving the world from an environmental collapse.
Minnesotans long ago figured out how to survive brutal winters, so Minnesotans definitely have the innovation it takes to create a new way of powering our lives.
Let’s follow the recommendations of Metro Transit, whose service improvement plan details the investments needed to improve service quality and frequency.
The RCAC put significant effort into recruiting outstanding, diverse and qualified candidates – and that work paid off this year.
I’m heartened that the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act was introduced in both the House and Senate during the last session, the first bipartisan climate bill in nearly a decade.
This issue is going to require political will from the entire community. Exactly how that might dovetail with American capitalism in 2019 is an open question.
It’s time to put aside our party affiliations and act together as Americans to assure a better future.
Unfortunately, increased visitation, aging facilities and inconsistent federal funding have taken a toll. Right now, national parks in Minnesota need $17.8 million for infrastructure repairs.
This involves putting a steadily rising fee on oil, coal and natural gas and returning all of the money to the American people in a monthly dividend check.
Increasing housing density without corresponding due attention to green space, parklands and the needs of wildlife and plants creates an unhealthy environment for people and all living things.
Such a tax could limit medications and increase health-care costs for the thousands of people across Minnesota with legitimate pain management needs.
Erik Paulsen attacks again, falsely, might I add. Recently I received a flier telling me that Dean Phillips is “heartless” because when he was “in charge,” 12,000 nurses went on strike when their health insurance was threatened. That is false. Here are the actual facts: The ad is a reference to Phillips’ time on the board […]
We live in a world so advanced in technology, but a world that will apparently always be ruled by those who can shout the loudest and longest.