For most people who work at home, COVID-19 has all but obliterated social serendipity, probably the thing I love most about living in the city.
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Embracing equity and justice and the richness of our differences will manifest in diverse groups of people being their best selves.
Ressa stands up constantly against the Philippines’ leader, Rodrigo Duterte.
When problems are complex, expert judgment is appealing. But it can also lead to a sense of exclusion that undermines trust in science by the public.
By the way, I really don’t give a hoot whether Trump participates in the Biden Inauguration ceremonies.
I can’t get out of my head the juxtaposition of the awful storming of the Capitol Building on Wednesday and the gathering of hundreds of thousands in the Women’s March of Jan. 21, 2017.
There has been perpetual innovation, invention and change in public education since its outset.
Recycling copper and other metals can help address the climate crisis, increase jobs, and provide the materials needed to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy.
We have a lot of participants admit, many for the first time in their lives, to biases or prejudices they know are wrong, but have never fully uprooted.
Language barriers frequently lead to a late diagnosis.
“Efforts to involve the U.S. armed forces in resolving election disputes would take us into dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional territory,” they write.
They want to end anonymous contributions, unlimited contributions, dominance by special interests, and gerrymandering.
During our most recent session, Senate Republicans stopped the Legislature from providing critical support to the very people our faiths implore us to protect: the poor, the elderly, and the homeless.
It must give up its centuries-old fascination with annual crops like wheat and corn, and begin the study of how perennial plants fit food production.
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.
This month I lost a monument of my own – my mentor and teacher, Joseph Epstein – who declined to wait for the rope and took down his own statue in an op-ed about Dr. Jill Biden.
One step Minnesota can take is to pass HF 1892, which modifies prenatal substance use reporting requirements.
The county has spent $7.2 million of CARES money on emergency shelter, on top of existing county dollars. In addition, the state earmarked almost $3 million for shelter.
The gaps in achievement are real and will not be addressed by tinkering. We’ve been doing that forever.
Line 3 is important to our state because the project will put 4,200 people to work in construction jobs, and promises to deliver Minnesota safe and reliable petroleum infrastructure for the long term.