Plus: Rep. Dean Phillips reconsiders challenging President Biden; Vineeta Sawkar interviews Erin DuPree; former Minnesota secretary of state Arlen Erdahl dies; and more.
The DFL governor answered questions Saturday about the presidential race, a controversy over school resource officers and more in an interview at the MinnPost Festival.
SixSpeed is sponsoring Little Free “Reviveries,” to be supplied with 40 doses of nasal naloxone at various Twin Cities locations.
Reports from the Department of Revenue show that 842 businesses paid $771,514 in cannabis taxes in August.
After crisis treatment, clients can stay for longer-term intensive treatment at People Incorporated’s Chicago Avenue program.
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Erin DuPree has asked that Gov. Tim Walz withdraw her appointment to be the director of the Office of Cannabis Management after two news stories revealed that she had sold disallowed products in her Apple Valley hemp store and has a series of tax liens and unpaid debts from previous businesses.
Plus: 3M fined for selling products to an Iranian entity; judges rule rights weren’t violated when feds took Mike Lindell’s phone last year; lack of electronic recycling impacting pollution in Minnesota; and more.
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Wolves coach Chris Finch addresses the importance of maximizing the team’s budding superstar, Anthony Edwards, and also gets into initial plans for how the frontcourt combinations might unfold during the season.
Plus: Feds requiring Minnesota to restart Medicaid coverage following glitch; St. Paul looking to curb gun violence with $13 million plan; family claims Minneapolis hospital didn’t contact them for end-of-life decisions for relative; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Supreme Court to hear Trump on ballot case; MDH states Stillwater Prison water complies with fed standards; drought covers more than a quarter of the state; Twins playoff tickets go on sale Friday; and more.
Erin DuPree founded, and is vice president of sales and operation, for Loonacy Cannabis in Apple Valley.
In a sprawling interview that lasted more than an hour, Finch addresses the Gobert-KAT dynamic, the blossoming of Anthony Edwards into a charismatic All Star and how all the pieces might fit together during the 2023-24 Timberwolves season.
The incumbents seeking re-election support the 1% hike. The remaining candidates are split.
MinnPost Festival starts Friday!
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An administrator and researcher believes public assistance programs such as child support can have harmful effects on families and disproportionately affect people of color.
Amendments to cut Ukraine aid received support from Minnesota Republican members of Congress Michelle Fischbach, Pete Stauber and Brad Finstad, who received failing grades by a group pushing to continue aid.