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Respondents favored Biden 45% to 42% over Trump, but that is within poll’s 2.6% margin of error.
MinnPost again has partnered with Embold Research to ask Minnesota voters how they’re thinking about a range of issues.
First administrative tickets for non-payment of fares will begin being issued Monday on trains and platforms.
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Plus: “No confidence” vote for Hennepin Healthcare CEO; Frey and city council “ally” at odds; south Minneapolis businesses sue city over barricades at George Floyd square; Phillips donates contribution from GOP donor to charity; and more.
The SBA has doubled the rate of SBA-backed loans, from 3,877 in fiscal 2020 to more than 7,700 in fiscal 2023 to Latino-owned small businesses across the U.S. Loans to Black-owned businesses amounted to $1.45 billion.
Phillips’ announcement last week that he would not seek reelection prompted the state Republican Party to say it is seeking to recruit other candidates.
Grand Marais donor Annie Possis is generously matching gifts today up to $2,500 total. What better way to make your support for MinnPost go twice as far?
Plus: Minnesota Wild fire head coach Dean Evason; dismissal of Grand Marais doctor angers residents; Mayo Clinic to announce $4 billion investment; and more.
Plus: Woodbury-Oakdale bridge to open this week; new Dinkytown McDonald’s is ‘charmless’ and ‘bleak’; St. Paul woman ordered to remove boulevard garden; and more.
The app, called Gumbo, offers information on different health topics voiced by local doctors and nutritionists who are a part of the communities for whom they are voicing.
The Indigenous nation will soon have the only facility to create hempcrete in the country.
Plus: Nadia Mohamed talks to New York Times about historic mayoral win; improving Minnesota’s literacy rate through new program; State Patrol responds to over 100 crashes due to snowy conditions; and more.
Phillips says he will decide over Thanksgiving weekend whether to run for reelection in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District.
Plus: Former Govs. Pawlenty and Dayton urge Fairview and the U to work things out; the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to fill more than 130 new positions; a new federal grant will provide Minneapolis with $8 million to pay for ash tree removal; and more.
Is Shake Milton the answer at back-up point guard and is Naz Reid getting enough minutes?
Plus: A very candid conversation with Dean Phillips; man sues Minneapolis alleging officers used excessive force against him; prepare for a cold, potentially snowy Thanksgiving weekend; and more.