Our air is getting cleaner, our electrical grid is getting greener, and we are taking concrete steps to once again be at the forefront of cleaner transportation.
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Effectively implementing an equity-guided policy will require the university to make vaccines maximally accessible – culturally, socially, logistically, financially.
His Washington Post column is headlined, “Why ‘moderation’ doesn’t guarantee electoral success for Biden and the Democrats.”
Even with climate disasters all around us, nonviolent environmental demonstrations face fierce police repression. Why?
Not all petroleum products and fuels are created equally. The production of oil from tar sands releases three times more air pollution as conventional crude oil. And pipelines leak.
By embracing learning acceleration, Minnesota educators can both kick-start COVID academic recovery and start to unwind generations-old academic inequities.
The Student Borrower Bill of Rights, which the Legislature passed this year, will protect borrowers from abuses by loan servicers.
Almost 100 ash trees were cut down along the street this spring, part of the city’s triage triggered by the emerald ash borer. A neighborhood group is fundraising to speed up the trees’ replacement.
The Paul Bunyan State Forest in northern Hubbard County has been totally taken over by all-terrain vehicles and dirt bike motorcycles.
A popular-vote constitutional amendment died on the Senate floor in September 1970, killed off by a filibuster led by three Southern senators.
What we’ve been experiencing statewide isn’t just a little bit of air pollution. It is a prolonged period of the worst air quality Minnesota has ever experienced.
It’s fairly clear that “Save America” and Donald J. Trump are synonymous, but what is the purpose of their mutual existence?
We cannot and will not accept tweaking and tinkering with the current policing structure as an alternative to substantive change.
The public property encroachment along part of the lake is a well-kept secret.
At the bare minimum, it must call us to stand together in solidarity to stop the pipeline.
Perhaps she just thinks if she puts the word “socialist” into a sentence, her audience loses all power of rational thought. And, who knows, maybe she’s right.
David W. Blight writes that Trump’s 2020 loss “has been transformed into a narrative of betrayal, resistance and a promise of political revitalization” — and therefore may endure.
We failed Spain and its democracy in the 1930s. We have a chance to save a democracy now.
Let’s put the nail in the coffin of the “students of color are trapped in failing schools” rhetoric. Poverty and poor thinking are the traps students need to be released from.
Take the proposal to raise the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28%. This would hurt businesses of all sizes, their employees and consumers.