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A Tea Party moment? In march on Washington, Trump opponents see birth of sustained resistance

The protesters at Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington chiefly wanted the new president and his supporters to know: They’re angry, and they’re not planning to go away.

PH Copeland

How one program is trying to address the lack of diversity at the state Capitol

Community Equity Pipeline aims to teach leaders of color how to navigate the legislative process, forge relationships with lawmakers, and turn ideas into laws.

What are we to make of Trump's emphasis on 'America First'?

What are we to make of Trump's emphasis on 'America First'?

Most of the policy decisions a president makes can’t be subjected to the “America First” motto because most of the issues pit the interests of one group of Americans against those of another.

This week's MinnPost Quiz: bridges, balls and big statues
MinnPost Quiz

This week's MinnPost Quiz: bridges, balls and big statues

Test your news IQ with the MinnPost Quiz.