The bill sets out standards for determining whether a redistricting plan unfairly favors one party, and clarifies the role of federal courts in the process.
There are several primary – and interrelated – reasons for the continuing crunch. And unfortunately for many, they won’t be resolved by the holidays.
After the suicide of a medical school classmate, Brianna Engelson, Jennifer Zick and Sameena Ahmed-Buehlera wanted to do something to create a more open, accepting culture around mental health.
Plus: St. Paul Mayor Carter says he will vote ‘yes’ on rent measure; Target to invest $100 million in Black-led organizations; Eurasian eagle owl named Gladys goes missing from the Minnesota Zoo; and more.
Plus: Duluth City Council acknowledges impact of Indian Boarding Schools; Bemidji trying to attract remote workers; Minnesota farmers hold out hope for drought relief; and more.
Minnesota reported 127 new COVID-19 deaths in the last week, up from 94 the week prior.
People looking to cast doubt on the vaccines’ efficacy often cite a CDC study leaked by the New York Times saying viral loads were similar for vaccinated and unvaccinated people. But the study has serious limitations, and in any case doesn’t give the full picture on transmission.
We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of guests at MinnPost Tonight on Oct. 21. Today: Chastity Brown, songwriter/musician
Taken together, tax collections for the seven months since the February 2021 forecast are $3.3 billion more than state economists predicted.
Plus: eight St. Paul schools would close under district consolidation plan; Amazon to build distribution facility in Woodbury; football coach in northern Minnesota resigns amid criminal investigation; and more.
Plus: cases of COVID-19 rising among Minnesota children; Minnetonka Moccasin Co. apologizes for cultural appropriation; Minneapolis Public Schools’ Somali language heritage program; and more.
As thefts of catalytic converters surge, Council Member Andrew Johnson is proposing to prohibit sales of used catalytic converters by anyone other than “bona fide” auto shops.
Michael Manning, director of food and nutrition at Richfield Public Schools, said the district is committed to offering food options that represent all of the cultures of the student body. Many of those just happen to be plant-based.
We’re highlighting our amazing lineup of guests at MinnPost Tonight on Oct. 21. Today: Chris Montana, founder of Du Nord Social Spirits
Plus: aftermath of shooting captured on video; survey finds lack of trust in Minnesota media; parents file suit against northern Minnesota school district over mask policy; and more.
Plus: prosecutors want longer sentence for Kim Potter if convicted of killing Daunte Wright; two Minneapolis officers recorded making derogatory comments about protesters have left MPD; Twins host a winter clothing drive to aid Afghan families; and more.
These slopes really make the grade.
Plus: Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on new social studies standards; 11 school staff members have died of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic; U of M says large number of students are vaccinated; and more.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen testified before a Senate committee about the company’s pursuit of growth in the face of real harms it was causing — and brought documents to back up her case.
Rep. Rick Hansen, DFL-South St Paul, has introduced a bill that would require all cities to permit native landscapes.