The law in fact tells retailers they cannot serve a THC beverage to a customer who appears intoxicated or has drunk alcohol within five hours, but it doesn’t take effect until 2025.
With a shutdown looming, Washington is abuzz with talk of a Freedom Caucus attempt to replace Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Klobuchar has introduced the Protect Elections from Deceptive AI Act, bipartisan legislation that would prohibit the distribution of materially deceptive AI-generated audio, images, or video relating to federal candidates in political ads or fundraising efforts.
Minnesota and the U.S. as a whole could learn from Canada and other countries that have leaned into nuclear power in the transition away from fossil fuels.
By 2040, all of the state’s power must come from carbon-free sources. Solar, hydro, and wind generation are being deployed at break-neck speed, but there’s one black sheep in the carbon-free family: nuclear power.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack warned this week that if the federal government shuts down, a nutrition program that helps low-income mothers and their children would end “immediately.”
MinnPost interviewed Matt Varilek on Monday about his views on the economy in Greater Minnesota, child care, broadband, South Dakota, fraud in grant programs and more.
It was rising crime on platforms and vehicles that led the Legislature to change how Metro Transit deals with safety in part by shifting fare enforcement from cops to civilians.
Reports from the Department of Revenue show that 842 businesses paid $771,514 in cannabis taxes in August.
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: Responses to your questions and comments.
Erin DuPree founded, and is vice president of sales and operation, for Loonacy Cannabis in Apple Valley.
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.
In all, more than 60,000 farms and 25 million acres of crop and rangeland are involved, with spending reaching all 50 states and Puerto Rico, according to the USDA.
In budget negotiations, the most conservative members of the Republican-controlled U.S. House are making demands that the Democratically-controlled U.S. Senate and White House are certain to reject.
Most searches by police require a judge’s OK, but there are exceptions that have long been endorsed by state and federal courts, with the so-called automobile exception being at issue in this latest ruling.
Democrats are throwing Hunter Biden under the bus while protesting Republicans’ move toward an impeachment inquiry.
See who’s on the ballot where you live — and where the candidates stand on several hot topics like rent control, police department spending, sales taxes and trash collection.
The task force has until February to recommend whether the Legislature should make the Met Council an elected body or adopt other changes in governance.
In Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District, the latest potential recruit by the pro-Israel group AIPAC to run against Ilhan Omar is DFL state Sen. Bobby Joe Champion.